How do I remove the dash so I can plug in the power side view mirror on a 2004 Grand Caravan. After looking around and searching it seems short of splicing the wires this is the only way to get to the connector. Is there a wiring diagram available on line that tells what wires are for the motors and what wirs are for the heater..
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It's not that hard to replace the passenger side mirror. You will be able to do it yourself. I will tell you how. Remove the screw holding the molding to the base of the mirror and remove the molding. Remove the screws and detach the mirror. (if it is electric mirror just unplug the electrical connector. Installation is the reverse of removal. Hope this will help you.
be very careful removing the mirror from the mirror head (there's a 90% chance it will break). Instead remove the mirror head from the vehicle. remove the door panel. you will see 3 nuts that hold the mirror head on the van. (may have to poke around to find them, behind some foam maybe). the electrical conection you are looking for is in the door follow the wires you'll find it. NOTE: most mirror heads are not ment to be taken apart and fixed but instead the whole mirror head replaced.
remove the triangular panel. (It will be easiest to remove the entire door panel). Disengage the male&female to the power/function plug. Remove 2-3 nuts holding housing in place. Save gasket. Install reverse of removal.
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The harness is behind the inner door panel. You should beable to access the plug by removing the interior trim on the door . I am assuming you are replacing a heated mirror with a heated mirror.(and the replacement is aftermarket).
You will need to remove the triangular panel on the inside of the door on the opposite side of the broken mirror. Once you remove the panel, you will see the retaining bolts holding the mirror in place. Once you remove the bolts, the mirror can then be pulled out from the outside. Reverse the procedure to reinstall the new mirror.