Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
How can it be reattached as it does not seem to want to push back onto the knob on the base.
It depends... #1 if the mirror came off and there is a little metal bracket still on the windshield, then there is a little screw at the bottom of the mirror (T20) this needs to be losened, the mirror slid over the bracket (top to bottom) then the screw retightened. #2 if the little metel bracket is still in the mirror and has come off the windshield then it needs too be glued back onto the windshield.(try the local glass shop). #3 if one of the mirror knuckels has come apart you need a special tool to snap it back together. this only works 80% of the time and makes it weaker and easier to pop off again, if this is your problem and you do not have access to the 'special tool' I suggest buying an new mirror. (again check local glass shop or wreckers,$25-30ish)
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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