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Replacing passenger side mirror

I need a diagram on replacing the passenger side mirror on a 2000 Xterra. Does the door panel need to be removed?

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  • 3375mon May 11, 2010

    This is for a 2000 Xterra, not 2003.

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no the door pannel does not need to come off but there is a triangle shaped plastic trim pannel above the door pannel that needs to be removed to access the mounting bolts.

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