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You have to pull the door panel off first. Then unbolt the plastic cover off the door. Becarefull cause theres 2 or screws one you can see the other is behind a cap. Once screws and cover are removed unbolt mirror and unplug it from the wire.

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  1. Position the exterior mirror glass in the full DOWN position.
  1. Using a suitable tool, release the locking tabs from the exterior mirror motor and remove the exterior mirror glass.
    • If equipped with heated mirrors, disconnect the electrical connectors from the exterior mirror glass.

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How do I dis-assemble the driver side outside mirror on a 2004 Ford Escape? I have a new one to install.


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How do I remove the left side mirrer on my 2000 ford explorer?


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  1. Remove the outside rear view mirror (17682).
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There are two tiny motors in each mirror. one for up/down. One for side to side. They have jack screws (plastic) that fit into the motors.

You can manually put your hands on either side of the mirror and force adjust it. If you hear a ratcheting sound, the jack screws are OK. Then repeat with hands on top and bottom.

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