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OK...so, my nice used 2004 Cayenne S...sitting in the hot sun for the first time...the rear view mirror came off the windshield and is dangling.

I thought this was a simple fix and went down to the local auto parts store and bought rear view mirror glue. Used the cleaning gel, etc. Stuck it on, let it sit a day in the shade. All seemed go.

Today, back in the parking lot sitting in the hot sun. Dangling mirror...arghdslfkjhdsflksdfhgdflgkhdglfdskhjf!!!!!

Do I need some kind of special adhesive for 'porsche' windshields or something?

Thank you

Michael

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I had the same problem. The previous owner changed the glass during summer time and use rigid glue like "instant crazy glue" and when the temperature fall down (I live in Montreal) and I turn on the defrost I heard a "bang" and the windshield crack right over the rain sensor and the mirror fall. So I needed to change the windsheild for a new one and make sure it's a factory type with the bracket on it. The cheap glass dont have the mirror bracket. Or if your windshield is not crack, run to a car glass store and they can glue with urethane, but you need to wait 24 hours and leave the car at the shop.

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