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I would say it's senseless to drive your car in this condition; you should replace it as soon as possible. If you're replacing it with new one it'll cost you lots of money. So lookout for a used door mirror and replace yours, it will cost you less dollars and less efforts too. Few months ago I replaced my taillights with used ones and they are working fine so far. You should also contact http://www.iautobodyparts.com/door_mirror-catalog/ for used door mirrors.
There is a triangular piece of plastic inside the door opposite the mirror. You remove the panel and you'll see 2 bolts. Remove the bolts and unplug the wire connector (if you have electric rear view mirrors) and the mirror will come right off. Installation is reverse.
1.call the chrysler dealership for a new replacement or call around to autowreckers for one. 2.open the door. 3.pry off plastic from door to mirror spindle. 4.check wiring coloring. 5. pull off plastic under steering wheel may be held on by 2 or 3 screws. 6.locate wiring from mirror under dash. 7.unplug wiring harness for mirror. 8.pull out old wiring. 9.remove old mirror with old wiring harness. 10. replace with new mirror and wiring harness and then repeat.
Each mirror has a motor. This could be the problem. The driver's side mirror is adjusted more often and over time the motor wears out. Call a few of the parts stores in your area to compare prices. Depending on the cost to replace it through a shop you may save a few dollars by picking up the part and taking to a certified mechanic who can replace the part for you.
to remove the mirror you need to remove theinner door panel and the bolts will be up high. Just follow the electical wire to the connection which is about a few inches away and the mirror is off. You may not even need to remove the panel if you have a plastic section on the top of the door near the window. Your stalling could be caused by your theft system, the next time it happens check to see if the security light is flashing. It could also be a bad connection at the fuse box under the hood, or at the fuel pump, electrical problems are the worst, you just have to go step by step. check for codes first before anything.