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I have used this product on bolts and nuts rusted so bad, they appeared to be a single unit.
Take off the mirror, spray it into the joint and let sit for up to 24 hours. It should solve the problem.
The link is above the graphic.
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Mar 08, 2016 | Ford Cars & Trucks
Push the mirror lens upward so it faces the roof of your Buick LeSabre.
Place the eight-pointed star head of the Torx driver into the setscrew located in the base of the rearview mirror. Turn the Torx driver counterclockwise. This releases the clamping pressure on the mirror.
Slide the mirror upwards to remove it from its metal bracket.
Place the base of the replacement mirror against the windshield, directly above the metal bracket. Slide the mirror down into the bracket. The bracket has a groove on each side into which the mirror will slide.Secure the mirror to the bracket by tightening the setscrew clockwise with the Torx driver.
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