Question about 2002 Lincoln Continental
My 82 year old mom scraped the drivers side mirror against the side of the garage pulling it in. The mirror glass part popped out but was easy to snap back on.
The problem is the painted mirror housing that is attached to the door came part way out of the rubber around it. I tried to get it back in the rubber but it won't go. Is there a screw on the front part or what holds this housing in place? A diagram would be perfect. Well, thanks if you have an answer for this.
There is a soft metal backing on the mirror mount that is bent out of shape - in order to get it right you must remove the door panel. Once the door panel is off you will be able to see the three mounting bolts for the mirror - remove them, once removed you will be able to take it off to straiten the metal
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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