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Interior rearview mirror

It was popped off and it seems that the housing could be taken off and the whole thing reassembled very easily if I knew the secret.

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Slightly heat the housing that is attached to the windshield with a hairdryer to loosten the glue that holds it then us a scraper or thin screwdriver to pop it off

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