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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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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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