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Tensioner not working on wing mirror, 98 civic 5 door

How to remove and replace on 98 honda civic 5 door?

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    Jeffrey Scarf Jan 31, 2009

    Thanks a lot had a go and no problem.

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Its easy pop of the cover and there should be 3 bolts 10mm Unbolt and bolt back up / Please rate my rsponse yhank you very much

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