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They make a replacement mirror glass available that uses double sticky tape. This has worked great for me. The heated function still continued to work!! In my case I replaced a scratched mirror leaving the old mirror in place. If yours is broken included is a link for a procedure to replace a broken mirror.
Confirm the dimensions before purchasing. Some car manufactures have more than one design for different model cars same year..
you will need to remove the inner door panel to get to the nuts on the inside of the door panel to remove the mirror.if its just the mirror that is broken(reflective)then a glass place can replace the reflective part by gluing a new one onto the old housing.
To just replace the mirror glass there are a few different styles, but they all pull off. I suggest you wear gloves and glasses. Get a grip behing the glass and pull out. You should see a round circular bracket in the center. The new mirror just snaps into the bracket. Center new mirror and push evenly in the center of glass until it snaps into place. Dont push in by holding the edges, you'll break it. If you don't see the circle or it comes off with the glass it was too damaged for just glass. Power or manual mirros differ inside, but the mirror replacement is the same. If you mean the entire mirror only, remove door panel. Lower window, remove electrical connector if power, remove 3 bolts attaching mirror to door. Remove.
replacement glass use wally have a plastic thing behind the glass so just prime out the old glass carefully with a screwdriver from the mount and it will pup out and the new glass just press it in place with your hands and you will hear a click and its in its place.simple as that.
That dependso on if the housing itself is broken then yes. If the face plate that is attached to the mirror itself is flapping around then maybe. If it is just the mirror, just go to your neighborhood auto glass shop and but a "Ready-Cut" mirror for a small amount of money. they come already cut to fit perfectly. As for removing the old glass, take a very small flat screw driver and pry the glass away from the face plate. Once completely cleaned out use the adhesive from the ready cut and place them on the face plate. Next press the new mirror onto the flace pate, being careful not to press to hard or it will snap it in half.
Go to local auto glass shop or auto supply store. Order a new mirror (not expensive). Ask also for the proper adhesive.
Put on some thick gloves (use pliers if needed) and remove the old glass. Remove old adhesive from the mirror frame. Apply adhesive to frame Put new part in place and hold for a few seconds (read adhesive instructions).