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Old 01-19-2011, 01:46 PM
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Question side mirror replacement

hello everyone. can someone post the procedure to replace the sideview mirrors. i busted my passenger mirror the other day. the mirror is motorized and heated but extends manually. i don't want to start prying of pieces if i don't have to.
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hello everyone. can someone post the procedure to replace the sideview mirrors. i busted my passenger mirror the other day. the mirror is motorized and heated but extends manually. i don't want to start prying of pieces if i don't have to.
You have to remove the triangle trim piece on the inside to get to 3 nuts. You also have to remove the door panel to get to the 4th nut and to disconnect the wiring harness.
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thanks. sounds easy enough but i think getting the door panel off will be the trick part. any special tools or pry points i need to be aware of?
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thanks. sounds easy enough but i think getting the door panel off will be the trick part. any special tools or pry points i need to be aware of?
I think there are just a few screws along the bottom and maybe one behind the reflector. Once you get them out, the bottom of the door panel should pull away easily. Just pull out on the bottom to get your fingers behind it and then lift up. I recommend rolling the window down before removing panel so you don't accidently scratch it and it makes it easier.
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thank you very much i appreciate the quick reply
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thank you very much i appreciate the quick reply
No problem. Good luck on the repair.
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