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Ford Auto Glass & Windshield Replacement

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Founded in 1903, Henry Ford and The Ford Motor Company now owns the Ford, Mercury, Lincoln and Volvo brands as well as a small stake in Mazda and Aston Martin. In 2008, the Ford Company sold Jaguar and Land Rover.  He introduced the moving assembly line. This allowed large scale production possible. He forever changed the world of manufacturing automobiles.  The Company began developing hybrid technology in 2004 upon an agreement reached with Toyota to share patents.  Later in 2004 they introduced the Escape Hybrid. This vehicle was the first hybrid electric SUV to go on sale.  Today, they are the second largest US based automaker (following GM) in total vehicle sales. While the road has not always been easy for Ford, it has managed to survive in a market when that isn’t an easy task to accomplish.

Ford Auto Glass & Windshield Replacement Photos

Ford Windshield Replacement

Replacing the windshield on your Ford is for the most part affordable.  They are some of the most common vehicles on the road.  Some models do come with many options that can drive the price up. For example, on the F-150 truck there is a plain windshield, one with a “F-150” logo, a “Ford” oval logo, with or without acoustic inter-layer, with or without a rain sensor. All of these options effecting the price.   Auto glass and windshields will fit multiple years of the same make and model. If it is a brand new model, chances are the glass is going to be expensive.

Windshield with “F-150” logo – Located on the top center of the windshield in front of rear view mirror.

Windshield with “Ford” oval logo – Located on the top center of the windshield in front of rear view mirror.

Rain Sensor –  Mounted behind the rear view mirror attached to the windshield detects rain and automatically adjust the windshield wipers.

Windshield with Acoustic Interlayer-  Additional sound barrier between the laminated glass reducing road noise.

F-250 and f-350 – “Super Duty” Logo – Located on the top center of the windshield in front of rear view mirror.

Ford Mustang – “Mustang” Logo Located on the top center of the windshield in front of rear view mirror.

Ford Auto Glass & Windshield Replacement Service Locations

Current Vehicle Lineup

Cars

  • Fiesta
  • Focus
  • Fusion
  • Mustang
  • C-Max
  • Taurus

Crossovers & SUVS

  • Escape
  • Transit Connect
  • Edge
  • Flex
  • Explorer
  • Expedition

Trucks & Vans

  • F-150
  • Transit
  • Ranger
  • Super Duty – F-250, F-350
  • E-Series

Current Ford Pictures

Black ford f150 with white background Green ford fiesta with white background Yellow Ford Mustang with white backgroundBlue Ford Taurus with white background

Ford Auto Glass Parts & Windshields

Abbey Rowe Auto Glass offers Carlite® (OEM) and OEE auto glass and windshield replacement parts.  Carlex Glass America, LLC (Carlex Glass) is the exclusive United States source of Carlite® branded aftermarket auto glass products who distributes to wholesalers and retailers.  Carlite® is the sole aftermarket glass brand recommended.  The “Carlite®” trademark is used solely for aftermarket glass for Ford Motor Company vehicles and includes windshields, door glass, backlites, and sunroofs and moonroofs .  Although many auto glass and windshield replacement companies advertise ‘used’ glass at rock bottom prices, it is best to avoid these deals. OEM or OEE glass has the right curvature to fit perfectly and lasts a lifetime.

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