Question about 1996 GMC Jimmy
I picked up a replacement mirror at a local salvage yard. The owner said it takes him about 3 minutes to put one on. Maybe I'm even worse at understanding automobiles than I thought, but I can't get the door frame open to replace the mirror. How do I replace this mirror without breaking anything?
Pry the door panel loose and let it hang. The power window panel can be pried out and twisted down through the panel to give you room to work. Unplug power mirror connector if you have one. Three screws behind the foam plugs will remove mirror. Be careful lining up the plastic door panel anchors when assembling.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Just gently pry the door panel off...There may be a screw in the arm rest and the door handle , but the rest should just pop of...f Now the power door lock will be a challenge to put back on but if you play with it you will succeed...
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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