A crack just magically appeared on one of my back windows on my GT


Asked by Sep 18, 2009 at 10:32 PM about the Pontiac Fiero

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The crack is towards the top of the window. It's small but i don't know how it got there. Has anyone else had this? Does anyone know why? I have a picture of my car but not of the crack. The crack showed up later.

4 Answers


If its on the plastic side windows. (aka sail panels). This is what happens with age, UV exposure and heat from the engine. It happens to a lot of GTs. The only cure is new sail panels, which currently arent as well fitting as the factory part.


yea that happened to my 87 GT. i got new ones from fierostore.com. they are pretty legit buuuuuuut i did have to shave one down a little bit for it to fit. they also sell ones with side scoops with a little window but i wouldnt recommend those. backing up is terrible because of the huge blind spot


my husband and i both drive fieros. he has an 88 gt and we just got sail panels made by a guy from our city (indy). if ur interested let me know and i'll give u the number.


Body flex or ajar pothole will do it Sorry

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