Go to the parts store and get a peace of windshield removal wire and 2 pairs of small vise grips along with a thick needle about 6" long.
cut the wire into a couple of sections about 3' long to start with, you will probably need a few but start with 2 you may want to make the next one longer. now open the hood and remove the cowl and then the reveal, rubber part that goes around the outside of the glass. now take the side garnish off the inside of the inside of the car around the windshield. Now remove the dome lights and sun visors so you can pull the headliner back away from the windshield when you get to that point with the wire. take the thick needle and push it threw the urethane from the inside out in a convenient spot, usually around the bottom of the glass is the best spot as you can see it when it goes all the way through, now push one end of the wire threw the hole you just made and get about 6" of it out and clamp one pair of vise grips onto it. then grab the other end of the wire with the other pair of vise grips. if you have a pair of leather glove put those on so you don't get completely covered with urethane. if the have liquid glove at the parts store, they should get a tube if that and rub it all over your hands and arms bellow the elbow at least. now with a helper if possible, you can do it alone but a helper makes it a lot easier.
keep the inside pair of vise grips against the glass and pull it along the glass in one direction towards the other side of the windshield at the same time, till you are a few inches from the other pair on the outside, then have your helper pull the wire in the other direction, while going to one side as well. go all the way around and when you reach your starting point the windshield should be all cut out, if it is to hot the urethane may re-glue itself back to itself so try to work as quickly as possible and when you are done just push the windshield slowly out, if it has re-glued itself back together you may need to use a little effort but not to much, better to run the wire around yet again quickly, unless this one is already broken if so and you aren't worried about braking it cover the entire inside with wide masking tape to prevent it from shattering all over the dash. a few old towels on the dash board will help from getting urethane and broken glass all over it as well.
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[This message has been edited by 84fiero123 (edited 05-31-2014).]