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Removal of rearview mirror on a 1998 olds regency

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Never taken one off, put one on tho. id just use an adhesive remover. or just yank it off and then clean the old adhesive off.

Posted on Oct 19, 2013

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from the OUTside of the car, using a heat gun, heat the glass to soften the glue, then take something like a paint scraper, and work around the edges, until it gives up. Don't superheat the glass, just warm the general area back and forth over the metal unit. Then scrape it off.

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SOURCE: I can't get the button off the rearview mirror foot to re-glue

should have a torx set screw on it, loosen it and use a flat screwdriver to pry button out of slot

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SOURCE: 1995 Olds 98 Regency Elite I'm re-attaching rear

there is a small set screw in the base of the mirror you will need to loosen this and then slide the metal plate out.

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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