You will need a pad puller and a 10 mill. socket also a 15 torq bit take the switch plate loose with a nylon bone or a screw driver disconnect all the wires be careful the power mirror switch still has power to it as does the seats. where the inside door handle is take the torq bit and remove the screw then remove the plastic piece there you will have to disconnect the lock if power door locks now go to the rear of door pad and remove the reflector lamp with the nylon bone or a screww driver stick it in at the bottom and push down the reflector will start to come out now use a 10 mill socket to remove the bolt go to where the switch plate is and remove two 10 mill bolts now take the pad puller and start removing the xmas trees around the door pad be careful they are set in cardboad you don't want to rip it. also if it is an older car the inner feather will stick to the door pad that is okay don't try to seperate it you will tear up the door pad. Now disconnect the rest of the wires for the courtesy lights.
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Thanks filter4991; 1. Press and hold button on car's rearview mirror 2. Press and hold button on garage door opener's remote control. 3. Light on Rearview mirror will flash rapidly. 4. Release both buttons. 5. Locate learning button on garage door opener (generally this can be found by tracing the antennae to where it is attached to the unit.) 6. Press and release "Learning button" 7. Press and release rearview mirror button repeatedly until garage door opens/closes but it should work the first or second time.
Go to an auto parts store and buy rearview mirror adhesive. Your rearview mirror will separate from the small mounting piece that adheres to the windshield. Clean off the glass where it will sit. Follow the directions on the adhesive package and install the mount on the windshield. Once it dries, install the mirror on the mount. Rearview mirror adhesive is one of the most powerful adhesives on the market. Don't use anything but rearview mirror adhesive or the mirror will not hold.
If you pull off the triangular black plastic trim behind the mirror, you will see the mirror wiring. If there is no plug, you will have to pull off the door panle. .....SOME Japanese cars have the plugs, but not all of them...Americian built cars do not. They are different.
Remove the door handle bezel.Remove the power window/door lock switch bezel.Remove the rearview mirror fastener trim cover.Remove the 4 door trim panel retaining screws.One that was behind the mirror trim cover,behind the switch panel,behind the door handle bezel,and one at the bottom corner.Lift the door trim panel up from the door to disengage the trim panel clips.Remove the front radio speaker. Disconnect the power mirror wiring connector.Remove the 3 bolts to the mirror.
real easy take off inside mirror cover then look hwere the 3 bolts are if you cannot get to all 3 then you must tkae door panel off First thing to look for are popouts there are screws underneath them take them out then check under armrest and around door trim edge they may have retainer small ones just push the midle in then pull bottom out then pull sides out and then pull out from bottomupward motion should be loose then get the 3 bolts and replace the mirror/ Thanks for using fix ya please rate my response thank you very much
You do need to pull the door panel off, as the wire from the mirror is plugged into the door harness under the middle of the door panel. The tringular plastic panel just pulls off, start at the top. There is no difference Japan vs USA production. The mirror is held on by 3 10 mm bolts behind the triangular plastic panel.
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use a putty knife if you're not worried about paint or buy a plasic mold removal kit from any parts store. remove any and all screws you may find and "pull" it off. if you know of a store called "harbor freight," it is a $5.00 kit. it comes with 4 or 5 instruments for the same purpose because they are various sizes.