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you will need to remove the inner door panel to get to the nuts on the inside of the door panel to remove the mirror.if its just the mirror that is broken(reflective)then a glass place can replace the reflective part by gluing a new one onto the old housing.
Could be screwed on from inside the door and might have to remove inner door panel for access. OR there may be some screws on the outside - if nada maybe the cover can be carefully pried off to expose the screws. If you google this I am sure you will find something re how to. Just be careful since you do not want to damage the paint job on door.
check out www.burcoinc.com
goto 'redi cuts'
on the right is a list of the different types of mirrors and how to replace them. check with the dealer or your local glass shop for a replacement mirror. make sure it is FMVSS111 approved (automotive mirror). DO NOT have the glass shop cut you one out of house hold mirrror.
hope this helps.
goto 'redi cuts
goto 'instalations', here it tells you how to replace all the different styles of mirrors. I think yours is a "snap fit / drop fit". You can buy a replacement mirror (like a burco) from your local glass shop or check with your dealership (but they may want to sell you the entire mirror head assembly)
*******make sure you get an automotive mirror (FMVSS 111 approved) Not house hold mirror that someone has cut.*******
hope this helps
You'll have to replace the entire assembly if you're missing the mounting piece that the mirrors sit on inside the housing... You'll need to remove the door panel in order to remove the panel that's right beside the mirror on the inside of the door and remove the 3 bolts holding the mirror down assembly down....
so you don't need to change the housing, but just the panel the mirror sits on right? If you mean the entire unit, then you'll need to remove your door panel (screws are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door) and remove the cover adjacent to your mirror to remove the bolts to remove the mirror.
If it's just the back and the mirror, you'll need to angle the mirror until you can see the release clips on the back of the panel that mounts it to the housing (Pivot Point)... be very careful as the clips can easily break....
You can buy replacement stick on mirrors at most auto stores... different sizes or you actually cut it to the size you want.... cut out a peice of cardboard to make a template till it fits right on the mirror on the car and use that to get the replacement mirror you need or cut the replacement mirror to size.... peel off the paper on the back... then line up the mirror and push firmly starting in the center of the mirror working outward to make sure the sticky side sticks.