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I don't think that model had an electric mirror so you should be looking for a black knob on the door panel that works like a joy stick. That is probably the only adjustment for that mirror other than moving it manually with your finger right on the mirror itself.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
NOTE: This procedure is for power mirrors. The procedure for a manual mirror is the same with the exception of the lack of electrical wiring.
Remove the door trim panel, plastic fasteners from the sound insulator and water deflector, as required.
Unfasten the retainer, then remove the mirror trim panel.
Fig. 1: The outside mirror has a trim panel which is secured with a screw and a retaining clip
Fig. 2: Unfasten the retaining screw . . .
Fig. 3: . . . then remove the mirror finish panel. Note the panel retaining clip (see arrow)
Disconnect the wiring connector and remove the wiring from the door retaining tabs.
Fig. 4: Exploded view of the outside mirror cable routing
Remove the mirror retaining nuts/screws, then remove the mirror with insulator and wiring.
Fig. 5: Pull the sound absorber filler pad out of the door
Fig. 6: Unfasten the side view mirror retaining nuts and bolts
Fig. 7: Exploded view of the outside mirror assembly mounting
Refit the mirror with insulator and wiring into position.
Install the mirror retaining nuts/screws.
Route the wiring through the door retaining tabs and reconnect the electrical connector. Make certain the wiring harness does not interfere with the window glass operation.
Install the water deflector, sound insulator and door trim panel, as required.
The connector should be inside your door panel. On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. Then you'll need to manipulate the panel
and disconnect the door handle linkage from the door handle and
disconnect the wiring for your controls. Then you can access the bolts that secure the mirror onto the door
there will be a small triaglular panel in the furthest side of your door which despite it being hard to come off will clip off. try to take care while pulling this off as the pins can snap quite easily. then you will see the 2/3 bolts connecting the mirror. once you have undone these then unplug electrics which im presuming from age it has, and you will be ready to connect new one.
No you don't need to take the door off, just remove all the screws in the door panel and remove it, then you can take the nuts off the mirror to remove it, don't forget to unplug the mirror wire and connector.
You will need to remove the triangular panel on the inside of the door on the opposite side of the broken mirror. Once you remove the panel, you will see the retaining bolts holding the mirror in place. Once you remove the bolts, the mirror can then be pulled out from the outside. Reverse the procedure to reinstall the new mirror.