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Replace the passenger powered side view mirror assemby 1994 camry

To replace the mirror assembly is it necessary to remove the door panel or only remove the triangular cover on the inside of the door. If only the cover, does it just pry off or are there clips to be concerned about. Not sure if this makes a difference but this car was manufactured in Japan

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You do need to pull the door panel off, as the wire from the mirror is plugged into the door harness under the middle of the door panel. The tringular plastic panel just pulls off, start at the top. There is no difference Japan vs USA production. The mirror is held on by 3 10 mm bolts behind the triangular plastic panel.
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