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You replace the entire assembly. The motors are behind the mirror itself. You remove the small triangle piece of trim on the inside (may be part of the entire door panel in which case the door panel must be removed) then remove the three nuts holding the mirror on and unplug the harness.
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Remove the screws that hold the mirror and remove it from the door. Attach the new mirror. Reconnect the electrical connector and make sure you test the new mirror before putting the parts back into place. Reverse the entire procedure to reassemble the door trim panel.
Do you mean the turn indicator located in the mirror assembly? There is no way to replace that other than to replace the entire mirror assembly. I would be checking the wiring harness to the door before replacing the mirror. There could be a broken wire in the umbilical that goes between the body and the door.
directly behind the mirror on the inside of the door there will be a plastic triangular shaped cover
gently remove the cover using your fingers or something flat like a knife blade
once removed you will see a few holes in the metal of the door, in these holes you will see about 3 bolt heads which hold the mirror to the door, also you will see a multi wire block for the mirror wiring
seperate the wiring block and remove the 3 bolts holding the mirror to the door
don't even think about replacing the glass if that is all that is broken as it is a major drama
just buy a complete mirror assembly and fit to the door unless it is colour coded to the paint on the car in which case you will have to have it painted
re assemble in reverse order to disassembly
hope this helps
I believe you can't get the internal parts of the mirror head. you can only buy a new mirror (just the glass) or an entire mirror head assembly.
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You'll have to replace the entire assembly if you're missing the mounting piece that the mirrors sit on inside the housing... You'll need to remove the door panel in order to remove the panel that's right beside the mirror on the inside of the door and remove the 3 bolts holding the mirror down assembly down....
You need to put on a pair of gloves, and safety glasses. (Safety First !) Prise off the broken mirror from the plastic base that it is stuck too.
Give the plastic a clean with nail polish remover or similar.
Peel off the backing on new mirror glass, and carefully stick it on.
you can buy the whole mirror after market for about 70.00 dollars three bolts changes the mirror assembly its a pain to do it the other way i have changed alot of them if you can just get the mirror glass double stick the new to the broken one
If you are replacing the entire mirror assembly you have to remove the door panel.
First remove the switch plate by prying upward at the rear of the switch plate and unhook the connectors. Then remove the two armrest screws. The door panel then has to be pryed away from the door to release the clips. They don't give up easily so yo may have to force it a bit. Once the clips are loose pull up on the panel to remove it from the window reveal molding. The mirror is held on with three 10mm nuts. remove those and unhook the wiring from in the door. Install is reverse of removal.