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2004 CRV Honda. how to glue back on the inside rear view mirror?

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    Lori Schatzer Oct 10, 2013


    there are no screws. the metal part I tried to glue back onto the metal like matte that is still on windshield. the mirrior then clips back into the metal bracket but the glue does not work as not gluing on the glass but the matte part? Does anyone have a 2004 CRV HOnda?

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The glue kit has instruction, you lost them?

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they sell a rearview mirror adhesive you apply to the windshield in the spot you want to put it in any parts store carries it...its called rearview mirror adhesive

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glass shops do it all the time.call a windshield repair place and ask how they do it...either heat or a chemical that dissolves the adhesive,which is a special glue.

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There are three ways usually...

You'll need to remove a screw securing the base onto the mount (usually on metal bases)

You'll need to lift up a clip on the bottom of the base and then slide the base off the mount (usually on plastic rectangular bases

You'll need to twist the base about 45 - 90 degrees so that it slips off of the mount (usually on bases that are circular)

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