Sorry about the windshield. In theory, the repair should prevent further cracking. In reality it usually does, but not always. It is possible the person who repaired the window did everything right, and it is possible he did it wrong. It is also possible the resin he used was old, or a bad batch from the factory. There is no way to tell without extensive and expensive laboratory failure analysis. <br />
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If the people who did the job guaranteed it, great. Go back and get it replaced. But I have never heard of a windshield repair company that would. <br />
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If you drive long enough, replacing a windshield is just one of those things you end up having to do. Some auto insurance will pay for it, or have a reduced deductible for windshield. Others won't or have your normal deductible which can exceed the cost of the window. (I replaced a windshield last year. It cost less than my deductible, so it was all out of pocket.)<br />
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Good luck.

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there is no such thing as repairing the windshield.. its cracked.. you cannot undo that.. <br />
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what you do is reinforce it.. usually with a superthin glass resin.. etc.. <br />
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there is never a guarantee it will hold, the window is damaged period already..

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If properly repaired, it should not crack..you should have a warranty.

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Possibly a pressure point was created when the crack was fixed? A hard bump to set it off

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