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Removal of the mirrors plastic body from the truck

Passenger window mirror is a fold out mirror where the body folds forward and backwards. I hit something and the glass mirror came out of the mirror body. There is a plastic piece that is attached to the inside of the mirror body that the glass mirror is attached to.How do I get the mirror body off of the side of my truck and also how do I get the plastic piece out of the mirrors body to attach the mirror to ? I would appreciate a diagram picture if possible. Thanks for your help.

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I did the same thing with my car. there is a plastic cover inside the door where the mirror is. Pop off the cap and you can then take off the mirror. ONly problem is you can not change just the mirror you have to replace the body too. At least thats the way it was on my car. Dealer part was $137 at the time and it wont be painted.

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