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Old 08-12-2016, 06:25 PM   #1
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Tiny chips on inside of window

On the inside my driver and passenger door windows im getting little pitted chips. I have about 12 on inside of drivers side. I dont have an industrial fan tornado inside my car throwing pebbles around. So wtf. Anybody else experience this? The window makes no noise as it rolls up or anything weird. Just random little chips always pop up
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On the inside my driver and passenger door windows im getting little pitted chips. I have about 12 on inside of drivers side. I dont have an industrial fan tornado inside my car throwing pebbles around. So wtf. Anybody else experience this? The window makes no noise as it rolls up or anything weird. Just random little chips always pop up
You might try taking a razor blade to the affected area to make sure it's not something ON the glass.

Have your co-worker take off her diamond rings before you have that wild sex in the car in the park, after work.....

If all else fails, I reckon you will have to have the door taken apart to see what's marking the glass.


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Do you open the door with your keys in hand holding the window?
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I see you have a 2013. Perhaps this is relevant?

http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=21868

S-SB-0001-14 : Window Freezing, Losing Initialization

There is an issue with scratched glass in that TSB. Generally on the outside though.
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Old 08-12-2016, 09:29 PM   #5
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Pics would help a pile in this case!
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Do you open the door with your keys in hand holding the window?


No i baby the car. Ive just been noticing more and more little chips. It cant be removed. Its chips. Indented jagged little marks on inside of window. I do notjing or hear nothing to cause this. I think i will Bring to dealer
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I see you have a 2013. Perhaps this is relevant?

http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=21868

S-SB-0001-14 : Window Freezing, Losing Initialization

There is an issue with scratched glass in that TSB. Generally on the outside though.
Yah ive always had that. Vertical lines. Doesnt concern me as much as the chips
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Are you married? Only thing I can think of is diamond ring hitting the glass.
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Same.
Are the windows tinted?


Without pics or more info than "little pitted chips" all these ideas are just pissing in the wind. I tried hitting my glass with a diamond ring (yes a real diamond) and it didn't do shit.


My theory is that there are microscopic spacecraft trapped in the car and they are firing photon torpedoes at the invincible barrier in a futile attempt to escape.
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if you use hairspray or some sort of chemical, it eats at the window/stains it so that it looks like small little chips.
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if you use hairspray or some sort of chemical, it eats at the window/stains it so that it looks like small little chips.
I can't imagine someone using hairspray or hair chemicals inside their car unless they look like this but then again I don't know the OP.

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I can't imagine someone using hairspray or hair chemicals inside their car unless they look like this but then again I don't know the OP.

Not to mention that if you are using hair chemicals that ech glass just stop. Stop now!!!!!
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.....................I tried hitting my glass with a diamond ring (yes a real diamond) and it didn't do shit.

Have you actually had your "diamond" ring appraised .......





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Ya it is the wife's she has dozens and they are all very real. A diamond will scratch glass pretty easy but needs some serious force to chip it. Try it.

The fact remains that everybody's throwing out these bizarre theories and we have no clue what these chips even look like or where they are on the window.
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