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Drivers side mirror got knocked off

Me and my friends were messin around one night and one of them got pushed and hit my drivers side mirror and knocked it off.
i just need the schematics or the plans or whatever on how to fix it or just how the springs, and whatever else may be in there, need to be put so I can re-attach my mirror.

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Cheapest easiest way is to get a replacement mirror at a wrecking/junk/auto recycling yard. the mirror is generally attached by two to three bolts. to gain access there is usually a small panel over the mirror on the inside of the door.. gently pry that off

Robert

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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