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Old 08-24-2001, 10:57 AM
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pass.side mirror

The electricly controled mirror on pass. side only works up and down not rt. to lt. I removed mirror from car and can only a spring type wire holding somthing together.Very difficult to get to. Can this be repaired if so how do i get it apart? Also both mirrors have spots on them that will not clean off, can just the mirror be replaced? PHIL
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Old 08-25-2001, 08:33 AM
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VERY hard to remove the mirror glass from this mirror unless the mirror is still on the car! THE wire that you see is the KEY for removal, you must push the mirror(spring loaded) towards the side window & then you can see the wire retainer that holds the mirror glass to the elect motor. Yes you can but the Glass by itself!! somewhat $$$ as it is Heated.
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