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Repair Paint & Refinishing


Visit Wicke Auto Service and Body Co. in St. Louis, MO 63108-2651 for all of your repair paint and refinishing needs.

Our repair paint & refinishing services include:

  • Color Matching
  • Complete Vehicle Detailing
  • Frame and Unibody Alignment
  • Frame Straightening
  • Free Estimates
  • Glass Repair
  • Painting and Minor Body Work
  • Paintless Dent Removal
  • Pin Striping
  • Plastic Bumper Repair
  • Repair Sheet Metal Damage
  • Replace Bumpers
  • Replace Fenders
  • Replace Grilles
  • Replace Headlights
  • Replace Hoods
  • Rim & Wheel Repair and Replacement
  • Rock & Chip Repair
  • Rust Repair
  • Scratch Removal
  • Specialty Body Repair
  • Total Loss Assessments
  • Wheel Alignments and Balancing
  • Window Replacement
  • Windshield

Windshield Replacement Questions and Answers

Q: What are the dos and don'ts after windshield replacement?
A: To ensure the best results from your windshield replacement there are several things you should do. Allow the adhesive to cure and wait at least an hour to drive the vehicle. If you can, leave a window cracked open for the first day or two to alleviate any pressure. Leave the new retention tape in place. Avoid extreme temperature or pressure changes including car washes and power washers. But most importantly, follow any and all recommendations given to you by the person who replaced your windshield.

Q: Do you need to calibrate windshield cameras and laser sensors after windshield replacement?
A: An auto glass installer can replace a windshield, snap the camera back into place, and the vehicle will run, but it will not be accurate without calibration. Accurate calibration is necessary and should be done by a professional to ensure the safety features of the vehicle operate properly.

To learn more about our Paint & Refinishing services, call us at 314-533-0339 or request a quote by clicking below:


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My daughter’s Chrysler was stalling. They diagnosed it, researched the issue, figured out it required the dealer, gave us an assessment that it was ok to drive home, which was a huge relief, because my daughter was graduating and would have been stuck without the car to get home. Total charge? Zero. Now they knew she was going home, they’ll never see her again. What motivation did they have for not charging her anything? Just one as best I can tell: they are honest decent people. Thank you, Jeff, from the bottom of my heart. You go to the mechanic, hoping they’ll repair your car, but sometimes they restore your faith in humanity.

, 05/16/2024

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