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Mirror popped loose on my 2004 Sienna

I just need to know how to pop the glass mirror back into place on my 2004 Toyota Sienna passenger's mirror. Everything else is intact. Can I do this without having to remove the door panel?

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If you push the glass gently to either the left or right you should be able to see a couple of screws that hold all the mirror working parts in place.
As all these parts are made from plastic it is possible that a plastic part has broken and allowed the mirror to come out
Hope this has helped

Posted on May 27, 2009


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