This is normal, as other MZ3 owners have reported, but I don't know the exact reason. I think it has to do with the tinted glass. If you look at other cars, you will notice the same thing occurring. I have the same spots on my Contour.
I meant other makes of cars. I looked at all the cars parked in my row at my apartment, and all had spots on the back window. I don't notice them, unless I am looking at the rear window from the outside. No visibility problems in my Contour.
I've got a quick question, since we are on the topic of windows - does your moon roof open all the way back into the roof of the car? My Protege used to disappear completely, but I noticed the 3 roof doesn't seem to do that - or at least mine doesn't. I can take a photo later if you are confused.
All the glass on car windows have a film on both sides, so in the event of a crash it doesn't break off into sharp shards of glass. what you are seeing is small bubbles of gas under the film. it
s b/c the car was manufactured in a different climate than where you see it turn up. Like, if you went to detroit and bought a new ford you wouldn't see it, but if you bought the same car in florida, it would be very prominant.
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