Ford Edge Windshield Replacement & Repair
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Ford Edge Windshield Specifications:
1. Size: The windshield size for the Ford Edge can vary depending on the specific model year. However, generally, it is approximately 51.6 inches in height and 67.8 inches in width.
2. Glass Type: The windshield is made of laminated safety glass, which consists of two layers of glass with a plastic interlayer in between. This construction enhances the strength and durability of the windshield.
3. Tint: The Ford Edge windshield comes with a standard tint that complies with federal regulations. The tint provides some level of protection from harmful UV rays and reduces glare.
4. Heated Windshield Option: Some Ford Edge models offer a heated windshield option, which helps to quickly defrost ice and snow, improve visibility, and reduce the need for scraping or de-icing.
5. Windshield Wipers: The windshield is designed to accommodate standard-sized windshield wipers. The wiper blades should be replaced regularly to ensure optimal performance and clear visibility.
6. Rain-Sensing Wipers: Certain models of the Ford Edge are equipped with rain-sensing wipers, which automatically detect rain on the windshield and adjust the wiper speed to provide efficient clearing.
7. Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS): The windshield of the Ford Edge may have sensors and cameras embedded to support various ADAS features, such as lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, or collision warning systems.
8. Installation: The windshield installation should be performed by a qualified technician using industry-standard procedures to ensure proper fit, sealing, and alignment.
Note: The specifications mentioned above are general characteristics of Ford Edge windshields and might vary depending on the specific model year or trim level. It is always recommended to refer to the vehicle’s owner’s manual or consult the manufacturer for precise specifications.