catsartcox Posted January 9, 2017 Share Posted January 9, 2017 Today I just has my windshield replaced under insurance. I was sure to get the OEM windshield as recommended. As everyone suggested though, as I went though the claim process, my eyesight will lose its abilities after the replacement. Last week I made a appointment at my closest dealer. The Service rep told me over the phone that I needed to have it calibrated. But, after the replacement, I have been able to use everything with out issue. I got the car to stop on its own about 7 times. The ACC and Lane departure works, and so does the pre collision throttle management system. No warning lights or anything. The dealer is a little less then two hours away and it seems like I'll have to forward the cost of the service for my insurance. So, I am thinking if I can't find any issue then why go through all this trouble. Does anyone have any experience with this issue? I mean, if this thing has a chance of stubbing up that I'll go ahead and handle it while the claim is open. But, if I am just wasting my time.... Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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