Re: removing the head light from a 1997 pathfinder
I replace my head light bulbs recently and it was easy. I think that you might have to replace the whole head light assembly in order to replace the glass. Hope this helps. I found the answer in the drivers hand book under light bulb replacement.
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If it`s only the mirror you want to replace, then i suggest going to a glass or trim shop where they can cut a peice and glue it on for you. If the whole mirror assembly needs replacing you can buy an aftermarket from a parts supplier or buy used at a auto scrap yard.
Have you checked the window regulator. (electric window motor). I seems a comon problem for the plastic to break at the bottom where the wire which pulls the glass up and down. The motor will still sound (clunk) if you use the window switch but will not lift the window.
Remove the trim off the door.
Undo the bolts holding the glass into the plastic at the bottom of the window and carefully remove the glass.
Unbolt and remove the sliding piece that holds the glass.
You should find the broken plastic at the bottom.
Replace and reinstall. Aftermarket parts are available at a fraction of the cost of buying new nissan parts. Second hand parts are available but costly.
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
Guessing they're power windows. The driver side control unit for your windows is the master. If one of the other 3 windows fails individualy, the rest should work. If you lose the driver side, everything fails. Chances are water/snow/debris got between the crack of your window and the door and corroded something. Quickfix, get an airline and blow it down between the glass and door. Debris will be dislodge. If that doesn't work you need to take the paneling off on the inside of your door. There'll be a dozen or so plastic pop tabs you can gently free with a flathead. There'll be screws or hex headed fasteners in the door handle, don't forget them. Unclasp any pigtails you see as the paneling come off. Check for continuity and obvious defects on the control unit. Replace as necessary.