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Reattaching inside mirror on Sienna 2002. I pulled a plastic film off the button that the mirror slides onto.

The button doesn't attached directly to the glass but to another material that's on the glass.

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If there is not a set-screw, you can buy a repair kit at the auto parts store.

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SOURCE: How do I attach the inside rear view mirror on a 2002 Honda Accord to the button on the windshield?

Most have a set screw that you use a small allen wrench to secure it to the button.

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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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SOURCE: My rearview mirror on my 1997 Lumina fell off and

Should be a small set screw on the mount to the windshield. Unscrew the set screw and it should slide right out.

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remove, little plate with correct size allen wrench. Next, buy rear view mirror glue kit, at any automotive store, and follow directions. re-attach mirror to plate, once dried on windshield, and re-tighten allen screw.

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The most common solution is a fabric spray adhesive, because it is easy to apply in the tight quarters of your car. This can be found at most craft stores that carry fabric in bulk.

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