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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
by pushing and turning at the same time.Turn clock wise and push.You can by a tool to do this.But it can be done uesing a pipe grips to turn and push at the same time.Good luck
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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SOURCE: rear view mirror
Has the mirror previously been capable of providing a view of the left lane?
If it did not, the "clicking" sound is simply an indicator informing the user that the angle limit has been reached, the mirror will not travel any further.
Simply purchase a pair of stick on Convex mirrors, they are about 1.5" in diameter,they do the job perfectly. I know this because I've got them on my Protege5 mirrors.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
If its a front door, you need to pop off the little panel inside of the mirror area. The there are several plastic clips that you pop out with screwdriver. There may be one with a philips head that can be unscrewed. Next you remove 2 or 3 screws from the door handle. Door handle has one side (usually front) that pops out first after screws are out. There may be 2 more screws under door handle if its a front door, not on rear door. Then you use a large screwdriver and pop out bottom sections of door and slide panel up to release the 2 locator pins on the top side of the door panel. These instructions are for 2001 Protege so it should be same for your car.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
push HARD on the bottom of the bottom seat at the lower front point by the floor (one side at a time) and lift-once you release both sides, it just pulls out.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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