Is it not a ‘rear windscreen’ ? I’ve always called them the front and rear windscreens... and the rear windscreen heater / defogger thing
Very helpful chat with both my insurer and Autoglass.
Local Autoglass have them in stock and can replace tomorrow - a 90min 2-person job.
And I only have to pay my £50 windscreen excess (phew).
I bought my model 3 in Aug 2019, just seen a crack in back roof panel from the back halfway up. No sign of impact. Any articles I could referenced on the issue you mention?I had mine replaced as it developed a crack of it's own, there was a fault with an early batch of UK Model 3s. At one point they tried to invoice me £290 to remove and replace, but it's not very clear if that was just labour or also parts. Needless I didn't pay, it was a warrenty fault.
Now, when you say 'my fault', go on, tell us
Ive just noticed one at the base of my back roof panel to about halfway up. How did you get on?Good to know I've just seen a crack on mine at the base that seems to have come from nowhere. I'll try the warrant route. I assume you just raised a service request and went from there.
I spotted a tiny crack within my rear glass right at the base, tucked inside the black trim around the edge. I only noticed it after investigating when the heating element in the glass stopped working (passed right through the crack). Booked it in on the app, quoted £400ish for a replacement but when I dropped it off and they looked at it, saw no signs of impact, and said it'd be covered under warranty.Ive just noticed one at the base of my back roof panel to about halfway up. How did you get on?