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Need to replace driver side mirror

Need to understand how to remove the inside panel on the driver side door in order to replace a broken mirror

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    How do you get the plug to connect to that other side in that tiny hole? Is inside removal of the panel required?

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Theres only a few screws on the panel itself, most everything else has plastic clips, so just gently pull it and the clips will come off don't be afraid to use a little force they can be stubborn,

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