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'95 Yota 4runner passenger side mirror needs reset

My wife knocked the passenger mirror off track by holding down the control on the driver's door too long... now when I go to reset it, it won't go up but is stuck down and the controls seem reversed.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Stephen

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  • Tevye Nov 11, 2008

    It wasn't that the whole mirror arm was knocked off... it was that the motors weren't working correctly to adjust the mirror angle.



    I spent some time on it and figured out how to fix it.



    Since the glass mirror part had already come out, I went ahead and unscrewed the four (4) small phillips head screws that hold the mirror's "shield/external cover" to the hing arm. After that I unscrewed the one (1) phillips head screw on the bottom that holds the mirror's motor to the hing arm. Once the mirror motor came up and off, I turned it around and took that small pin out of the center (careful! don't lose the washer) so that the yellowish/white center "hub" could come off. Take this hub and pop it back into the glass part of the mirror and then put the hub with spindle back through the mirror motor, making sure to fasten the pin and washer in place (will require pulling tension on the spindle).

    Once this is done, take the two (2) plastic pieces between the glass and motor and press them onto the plastic motor's threaded "bolts" protruding through the motor's outside. It does not have to be perfect, just close so that adjustments can be made by hand later.



    Now reassemble and adjust! It works perfect!



    Thanks,

    Stephen "Tevye"

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