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Old 01-24-2016, 09:32 PM
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How long does it take to calibrate and do you know the procedure?
There was a scan tool hooked up to the OBD port. Then the tech had to drive and allow the camera calibrate. It was over a half hour but I don't know exactly how long.

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Bingo - that is the exact part # of the replacement glass. Thank You! Do you have a diesel? Photo of the replacement glass attached.

I took a photo of a new Summit on a dealer lot - it says "Acoustic" - see the 2nd photo.... Looks like the glass shop installed the wrong glass.
Hobbie1, I found this thread looking for some insight on what to do about our new cracked windshield. Sure wish there was a way of preventing that. Our 2015 Summit ecodiesel has less than 5k miles on it too.

The part number in the dealer photo, assuming it is the bottom left number, is the same on ours and ours also says acoustic on it. I've seen where the Summits have accustic dampening but never knew if that was the white noise type speaker or if the glass had something to do with it.

Anyway, with windshields being an integral part of safety/integrity of the frame even and the fancy FCW and rain-sensing I'm tyring to figure out the best way to go to get ours replaced. I may start with the dealer with all this talk of calibration of the camera, but afraid it is going to be pricey.

Hope you were able to get your windshield swapped out.
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Hobbie1, I found this thread looking for some insight on what to do about our new cracked windshield. Sure wish there was a way of preventing that. Our 2015 Summit ecodiesel has less than 5k miles on it too.

The part number in the dealer photo, assuming it is the bottom left number, is the same on ours and ours also says acoustic on it. I've seen where the Summits have accustic dampening but never knew if that was the white noise type speaker or if the glass had something to do with it.

Anyway, with windshields being an integral part of safety/integrity of the frame even and the fancy FCW and rain-sensing I'm tyring to figure out the best way to go to get ours replaced. I may start with the dealer with all this talk of calibration of the camera, but afraid it is going to be pricey.

Hope you were able to get your windshield swapped out.
My ditto insurance with glass coverage took care of the calibration cost. On the invoice o saw a change of $134 for the calibration. The service tech had to drive the Jeep for a bit too get the camera aligned.
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Re: Windshield camera recallibration?

2014 Summit - I also had to have camera recalibrated after windshield replacement - Smartbeam headlights did not work properly. It took 2 dealers to accomplish (the first one claimed that there was no calibration procedure).

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