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Replacing visor courtesy mirror glass

I have a 2008 Grand Caravan with the garage door opener on the lighted visor and the drivers side visor courtesy mirror is shattered (light still works and plastic is mint, just glass mirror is broken). I am told that the only way to fix it is to replace the whole visor. I can't believe there is no workaround to remove the mirror and replace the glass (Spending $300 to repair a $2 mirror is a bit unreasonable) Help!

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Two solutions, One www.car-parts.com or go to glass shop and see if they can repair it.

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