I have a new 2002 Nissan Altima. I am hoping you can shed some light on a problem I have with the automotive glass.
I recently opened my garage door to discover that the right rear window had exploded all over the garage (most of the glass was outside; very little glass in the back seat). As the garage was closed and locked and there were no signs of forced entry and nothing was taken from the car or garage, I assumed that the window was defective and must have exploded -- possibly from a build-up of heat -- it was at least 95 degrees the day of the breakage ... although the car was sheltered from direct sunlight. Nissan refused to replace the window under warranty as they claim there was no "identifiable defect". How can I possibly identify a defect in a shattered window?! Any suggestions as to what may have caused the window to break while parked in a locked garage?? How do I know if the other car windows are safe?