Best Answer Coolpooler , Yesterday, 09:05 PM
<sigh> So my $1465 quote turned into $1542.15 with freight (The joys of living 3 hours from the nearest major city) so including GST $1619.26, still cheaper than the dealer by about $100+...
It was the Rev C glass and I followed MACT's video linked above (Many thanks to MACT for taking the time to make it and roots57 for posting it in this thread). I had the old glass off and the new one in, functioned and cleaned in 45 minutes.
A few points to add for the install:
I didn't bother taking the -ve terminal off so I didn't reinitialize the sunroof, and I was careful not to move the guides more than absolutely necessary.
The front bolts are a combo Torx25/ 8mm hex so when I re-installed them I held them in the 8mm socket on a short extension with a bit of masking tape wrapped around the end to get them started and avoid the hassle of fishing them out as in the vid.
If you have an LED headlight it is super handy to give you light in the recesses of the bolt holes and made lining everything up trivial.
Since I have the old glass now easily accessible I will be taking some close up pics of the crack and the "impact" point and forward those results to Ford Canada and see if I get any satisfaction from them; I'm not counting on it though.
Vipervenom: I would do the front glass myself but it only adds .4-.6 hrs on the bill so if they have the headliner and all the other stuff out it's really not that much to add overall. You might be able to negotiate a bit and see if that will save the difference.Go to the full post