Question about 2004 Honda Accord
I need to replace the mirror actuator and cap on the right rear view mirror on my 2004 Honda Accord sedan.
Honda sells the mirror, actuator and cap at half the price of an entire assembly. I need to know the steps for removing the existing broken mirror and replacing the new parts. The actuator appears to be connected by a series of screws but the screws do not appear to be typically phillips or slotted type screws. Do I need a special screwdriver or drive bit to remove the actuator? The broken mirror has 2 movable, threaded, white plastic connectors/positioners attached to the back of it. Do I need these or will they come as a part of the new mirror or actuator? If I need to use the old ones how do I connect them? They appear to fit into a covered hole or port but seem to movable to align properly. Are there any special tips or tricks that I need to be aware of before I start the job? Thanks for your help. Jim
You can buy the whole mirror after market for about 70.00 dollars three bolts changes the mirror assembly its a pain to do it the other way i have changed alot of them if you can just get the mirror glass double stick the
new to the broken one
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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