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Kia sedona rear view mirror

Mirror needs to be reattached

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its pretty simple. take the inside inspection plate off, dont break tabs, unplug the electric connector, take out the 3 screws and mirror comes off. replace in reverse order. Its easier if you roll down window.

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its pretty simple. take the inside inspection plate off, dont break tabs, unplug the electric connector, take out the 3 screws and mirror comes off. replace in reverse order. Its easier if you roll down window.

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