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What is the black box behind the windshield rearview mirror on 2007 Lincoln Towncar ?

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SOURCE: HOW DO I INSTALL PASSENGER SIDE MIRROR ON 2000

Do you have the new mirror? Did you get the whole thing or just the glass? You can pop the glass (mirror) out of the holder with a flat bar and some slight pressure, don't break it, It comes out, or you can take the whole thing off and replace the mirror, motor and everything. Behind the mirror, inside the car, is a black plastic triangle, it pops off exposing 3 or 4 bolts, remove the bolts, hang on to the mirror, it is heavy, disconnect the wires going to the motor, replace, should be all set, Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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Do you have the new mirror? Did you get the whole thing or just the glass? You can pop the glass (mirror) out of the holder with a flat bar and some slight pressure, don't break it, It comes out, or you can take the whole thing off and replace the mirror, motor and everything. Behind the mirror, inside the car, is a black plastic triangle, it pops off exposing 3 or 4 bolts, remove the bolts, hang on to the mirror, it is heavy, disconnect the wires going to the motor, replace, should be all set, Hope this helps.

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