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I dunno if im the only one that noticed this, but on my Fusion, "between the windshield glass and roof" there is a gap. It looks like some weather stripping SHOULD have went there. Its like this on the back window too. Anyone else's Fusion have that?
 

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Im just afraid of this winter when water gets down in there and Freezes. Im sure that cant be a good thing. Can you say cracked windshield.
 
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I think we should be just fine. And hey if it happens. Can you say " Warranty" Plus I'm sure if this does become a problem they will have it fixed with-in a month. I hope lol.
 

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Maybe someone who had their car this past winter can chime in! See if they had any issues
 

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[quote author=Chris06Fusion link=topic=55480.msg920035#msg920035 date=1156890303]
Maybe someone who had their car this past winter can chime in!  See if they had any issues
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No issues during a couple of freezing days last year in Va.
 

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Bought last November & sat out in some snow--no problems whatsoever. Think it looks good as it is. Did have problems with the rear window covered in water limiting visibility. I think they should have considered a rear wiper.
 

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i kinda like it that way, i really think it was designed that way so nothing to worry about, the only design flaw ive found is my drive way is a slight slope and if i wash my car with the rear higher, water collects where the trunk hinges are, that im affraid will lead to problems
 

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i love it with the way it is....its unique i never seen another car that doesnt have the moulding up there....it looks clean cut an nice
 

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I got my car the first day of March and I live near Chicago so we had some freezing days and I have had no problems.
 

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I'm not so concerned about water. Instead, I wonder about pine needles, little dead leaves, and other stuff. How are you going to keep it clean under there?
 

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[quote author=DrPaul84 link=topic=55480.msg925383#msg925383 date=1157072289]
wash your car??
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I've only washed it once, but the water pressure did not get all the junk out from behind the windshield edge. I have to take a stick and get a few leaves/seeds/pine needles out one-by-one from the back window. I'm not looking forward to doing that every time.
 

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Do some of you worry too much about the small stuff??????? Wait till your lumbar breaks or your PCM dies and your crankshaft damper pulleys crack, then worry about it.... already known problems on the Fusions. Or wait till you go to a store and the anti-theft devices inside the store prevent you from starting your car all the way out in the parking lot, it's happened quite a bit I have heard, dealer's are stumped when that happens!
 

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[quote author=ajp745li link=topic=55480.msg954926#msg954926 date=1158348388]
Do some of you worry too much about the small stuff??????? Wait till your lumbar breaks or your PCM dies and your crankshaft damper pulleys crack, then worry about it.... already known problems on the Fusions. Or wait till you go to a store and the anti-theft devices inside the store prevent you from starting your car all the way out in the parking lot, it's happened quite a bit I have heard, dealer's are stumped when that happens!
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I have only heard about he lumbar problem. The anti-theft inside stores is a weird one!
 
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