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Do you mean the turn indicator located in the mirror assembly? There is no way to replace that other than to replace the entire mirror assembly. I would be checking the wiring harness to the door before replacing the mirror. There could be a broken wire in the umbilical that goes between the body and the door.
Check this guide as reference for solve ypur problem; this is one DIY about replace Wing Mirror... 1.- Disconnect your negative battery cable, if your Ford Focus has power side mirrors. If it has manual side mirrors, disconnecting the battery is unnecessary. 2.- Pry off the wing mirror's inside sail panel (shaped like a triangle). Insert a trim panel tool between the door skin and the plastic panel to pry it off. 3.- Carefully pull the sail panel away, minding the wiring if the mirror is power-operated. Unplug the electrical harness and set the panel aside. 4.- Open the door and hold the outside part of the wing mirror steady. Remove the mounting bolt with a socket wrench, and then remove the mirror screw with a Phillips screwdriver (the mirror bolt and screw is visible with the panel removed). 5.- Pull the wing mirror assembly from its mount (from the outside). Insert the replacement mirror assembly in place; tighten the bolt and the screw. 6.- Attach the wiring connection to the replacement mirror. Position the sail panel in place and push it against the door to snap it back on.
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The trim at the mirror level should do it, I'm not positive, but it is a small, 3 or 4 inch triangle of plastic that will pop off and expose 3 or 4 bolts holding the mirror on. It has a motor in it and wire connector. It is heavy, hang on to it.
there is a plastic cover on the inside that covers the screws to the mirror it must be pry off carefully.depending if it has power mirrors you must unplug the harness.Then remove the three screws that hold the mirror to the door.GoodLuck
hey, I replaced a mirror on a 2002 civic lx coupe.
1) Pry off the small pastic traingular piece from the interior of your door.
2) Disconnect the wiring to the mirror
3) There will be 3 bolts that attach the mirror to the car, remove these and the mirror can be removed. To put on the new mirror just do everything in reverse
Just make sure you order the right mirror, I accidentally order the mirror for the sedan model the first time and they are not interchangable.
There is a black plastic cover on the other side of the mirror, take it off make sure you have the wires long enough to splice back to you will be able to see all the bolts that need to come off to replace the mirror. You will be able to figure out the rest it is very simple