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directly behind the mirror on the inside of the door there will be a plastic triangular cover, this cover will unclip with a little bit of prying with a flat blade.
Behind the cover you will see a few holes in the panel, in at least 3 of those holes you will see bolt heads, thes have to be removed but before you do there is a multi wire plug that you need to seperate if you have electric mirrors.
once the bolts are removed you should be able to remove the mirror
Remove the door trim panel and detach the inner panel water deflector. With the glass in the down position, pull out the front portion of the glass run weatherstrip.
Fig. 1: Unfasten the attaching nuts from the mirror base studs, then remove the mirror
Remove the attaching bolts and screws from the front glass run channel lower retainer to filler, then rotate retainer rearward.
Remove the noise control patch to gain access to the screw at the belt, then remove the screw.
Remove the filler attaching screws at the top front of the window frame, then remove the mirror and filler from the door.
Remove the attaching nuts from the mirror base studs, then remove the mirror.
Be sure that the mirror gasket is aligned.
Replace the mirror and filler on the door. Install the filler attaching screws at the top front of the window frame. Attach the nuts to the mirror studs and tighten.
Install the screw at the belt, then insert the noise control patch.
Insert the retainer, then install the attaching bolts and screws to the front glass run channel lower retainer to filler.
Replace the front portion of the glass run weatherstrip, insert the inner panel water deflector, then reinstall the door trim panel.
Remove the mirror remote control escutcheons and door trim panel. Detach the inner panel water deflector and the electrical connector for the mirror.
NOTE: Right side remote mirror may require detaching part of the instrument panel.
With the glass in the down position, pull out the front portion of the glass run weatherstrip.
Remove the attaching bolts and screws from the front glass run channel lower retainer to filler and rotate retainer rearward.
Remove the noise control patch to gain access to the 0.3 in. (7mm) screw at the belt and remove the screw.
Remove the filler attaching screws at the top front of the window frame.
Remove the mirror base with mirror and electric connector from the door.
Remove the mirror to filler attaching nuts and remove the mirror and electric wire from filler.
To install, reverse Steps 1 through 6. Be sure electric wire is routed around front glass run channel retainer and installed to the clip. Tighten the nuts to 72 inch lbs. (8 Nm).
Connect the negative battery cable, then reset the clock, radio and any other accessories if required.
Your going to have to remove the inside door panel to get to the three bolts that hold the out side mirror assembly. Once you have the door panel off you'll see the three bolts that hold the mirror assembly, just un-bolt and un-clip the wire harness to the electric/heated mirror. To install the new mirror assembly, just do everything in reveres. Go to Auto Zone and by extra door panel clips, there is a good chance of breaking some of the retainer clips and Auto Zone will have the step by step instructions to replacing the mirror assembly and the removal to the door panel. Good luck and keep me posted. Be glad to help.
philip head screw driver,
flat head screw driver
metric socket std and deep.
rachet metric or 3/8 driver with a adaptor.
lower the windows.
look for small plastic cover on the door handle and door pull, pop the cover with a samll flat head screw and loosen the screws with philip head screw driver.
pull the in side panel from the button of the door panel with the help of screw driver and along the sides.
push the inside panel up wards to clear the glass. and disconnect any of the electric wiring. and left the panel out of the way.
take the window switch from the door pnael and roll up the windows.
peel down th inside water seal.
you should be able to get to the mounting screws for the mirror.
inside the door it has a cap just remve it gentle with a knife or screwdriver.Insidide u will see 3 screwsremove it and unplug the electrical cord.At that moment the mirror is free pull it out and replace the new one plug the electrical cord,tight the screws replace the cap and check if its move with the control panel,Good Luck.
Take off side door panel, screws securing it are revealed, unscrew screws remove them and and the mirror drops off. If the wing mirror is on the bodywork, then the screws should be either in the wheel arch or under the bonnet.