2000 grand Cherokee, trying to get the mirror our of the mirror ,
Is there a catch somewhere in the head that releases the power mirror from the head for replacement? I got a boneyard head with a good mirror but different head . I need to get the mirror out on that and the one in the vehicle without damage.
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Re: 2000 grand Cherokee, trying to get the mirror our of...
There are inexpensive mirror replacement kits available to replace just glass, without removing entire assembly. Check with any large parts outlet and they can likely get you one.As far as taking the one you have apart, I really don't know if you can or not...generally the only ones Ive ever needed to replace were broken internally, with no need to disassemble.
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You have to remove the door panel to access the mounting bolts. Once you remove the screws that secure the handle and other components from the door panel, the panel will pop off when you pull it outward. The top of the panel will come off when you push up after lossening the bottom and side clips. There a flat tool that is used to release these clips, but they do break when you try to remove them, but are easily purchased at any auto center.
There are three bolts to remove the mirror. If you have the rare heated rear view mirror option, you'll have to disconnect the harness before removing the mirror.
1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. (2) Remove the trim panel from the front door. (3) Disconnect the power mirror wire harness connector from the door wire harness connector. (4) Remove the mirror flag seal from the inner door panel. (5) Remove the three nuts that secure the power mirror mounting studs to the door flag. (6) Remove the power mirror from the outside of the door.
most mirror glass pops out it has plastic clips on back of glass. first practice on broken one take a flat head screw driver and use rag to protect paint pry around glass to release but be gentle at the same time hope this helps u
Use a thin flat pry bar, like a piece of plastic used for windows. Remove the plug on inner panel near mirror flag, and in there is 1 screw. Then behind handle is 1 screw. Using the flat tool, carefully go around perimeter of door, slipping the flat between the plastic and steel door. Pry gently as each plastic rivet will pop loose. Go all around. Once all rivets are loose, lift upward to unlatch panel from window edge. Then reach behind panel, release the two yellow locks on the rods going to the door lock, and lift the rods free from their holes. Then unlatch and disconnect the electrical connectors. Set panel aside.