Lincoln Continental Windshield Replacement & Repair
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The Lincoln Continental windshield specifications depend on the model year and trim level of the vehicle. Here are the typical specifications for the Lincoln Continental windshield:
1. Size: The windshield dimensions usually range from 68 to 72 inches wide and 32 to 34 inches tall, but this may vary slightly between different model years.
2. Glass Type: The windshield is made of laminated safety glass, which consists of two layers of glass with a layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) in between. This construction enhances safety by preventing the glass from shattering upon impact.
3. Tint: The windshield usually comes with a factory tint on the top portion to reduce glare and protect the interior from UV rays. The level of tint can vary, but it generally meets legal requirements.
4. Wipers: The windshield features integrated wiper blades that sweep across the glass to clear rain, snow, and debris. The number of wipers can vary between one and two, depending on the specific model.
5. Defrosting and Heating: Many Lincoln Continental models offer a windshield defroster and heating element. This feature helps to quickly defrost ice and snow from the windshield, providing improved visibility during cold weather conditions.
6. Rain Sensor: Some Lincoln Continental models come equipped with a rain-sensing feature that automatically activates the wipers when it detects raindrops on the windshield.
7. Rearview Mirror Mount: The windshield is designed to accommodate the mounting bracket for the rearview mirror, allowing for optimal visibility of the road behind the vehicle.
It’s important to note that these specifications are general and may vary depending on the specific model year, trim level, and optional features of the Lincoln Continental. It’s always recommended to refer to the owner’s manual or consult with a Lincoln dealership for the most accurate and up-to-date information.