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Replace mirror for 2007 Yukon XL

I have the new mirror, do I have to take the inner door panel off and then run the wire into the car or where are the wiring connections made?

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YES YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE DOOR PANNEL TO REMOVE THE MIRROR.

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