Very good info here, thanks for sharing.It is the glass. The OEM windshield is Saint Gobain Sekurit. Google them; they are big worldwide. If you look at the logo on the OEM part, you will see what looks like an ear. Thats right, an EAR! That is their mark for a type of windshield that is designed to be significantly quieter in operation. That is also why it is expensive!
You also could have an installation issue, but if the glass isn't this make/model you are louder no matter how good it is installed.
Escalate it up the food chain and tell them it's not right.they resealed it last week and its still bad too much noise in the car
Did you verify that you see the "ear logo" in your replacement glass like sssmokin99 stated above?
- If so, have them remove the windshield and clean all the surfaces and re-seal it again. Do not settle until it's right.
- If not (you have inferior glass that is not made by "Saint Gobain Sekurit") then you got what you paid for, as it probably doesn't have as much sound deadning material as what you were used to with the stock glass. Live and learn, there may not be anything else you can do now that it's installed, except be better prepared for next time on what to look for.