Question about Pontiac Sunfire
Clean window and back of mirror real good with alcohol Let dry Go to auto parts store and buy rear view mirror glue Apply small amount to back of mirror and press onto windshield Hold for a couple of minutes and then let dry for a couple of hours before you adjust it
Posted on May 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear view mirror replacement
not 100% sure, but seem to remember that theres an alen key fastener, which is under a cap/flap at the bottom of the mirror fastening close to the glass.
Hope that helps
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: Reattach rear view mirror
there is a small alan screw in the base of the backup mirror. loose it and slide the mirror back on to teh base on the windshield and tighten down the alan screw.
Posted on May 13, 2009
I am assuming you are talking about the interior rear view mirror and not the side rear view mirror. Most auto parts stores sell an adhesive glue to fix the interior rear view mirror. Most of these mirrors have two parts to them. One part is the bracket that glues to the windshield and the other part is the rear view mirror assembly. Before gluing the bracket to the glass check and see how the mirror assembly attaches to the bracket. There will often be a screw that fixed the two together.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
SOURCE: Toyota Avalon Rear View Mirror
I had the same problem - the inside rear view mirror fell off during a hot summer day. I bought the mirror glue (adhesive) and wondered how to I separate the metal button from the mirror. Enventally, I tried the following and successully separated the metal button from the mirror: There is a little squre slot on the plastic sheath of the metal button. Please find a small flat-ned screw driver whose tip can fit into the sqare hole. put the screw driver into the hole and put it all the way inside down - which will open a little bended metal piece that stops the buttom; at the mean time, slide the metal button towards outside. As the bended metal piece opened uder the pressure of the screw driver, the metal button is freely moveable and can be slide out.
I did this successfully for my Toyota Avalon 1998 car.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Jul 23, 2011
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