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Remove the sail panel,the little panel on inside of door at the mirror.
Remove the window regulator switch plate, pry up on the front of it with a small pick or screw driver. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
Remove the top door trim panel screw that is behind the sail panel you removed.
Remove door trim panel screw at window regulator switch plate opening.
Remove door trim panel screw in the courtesy lamp housing. Remove the courtesy lamp lens.Remove the screw.
Remove the inside door handle trim cover.
Remove the bolt.
Remove the inside door handle.
Lift upward to remove the front door trim panel.
Remove the courtesy lamp.
Turn the courtesy lamp bulb socket one quarter turn and remove.
Disconnect the power mirror electrical connector.
Remove the three outside rear view mirror nuts.
Remove the mirror.
Hi, try to see if the cables that enter the right mirror case have any damaged insulation due to collision. But before this check a menu at SETTINGS\CONVENIENCE\ about mirrors that enables a synchronized adjustment of both mirrors. This should be set at "individual".
Removal NOTE: Left-hand dual arm mirror with heat shown, non-heated and aero mirrors similar. All exterior mirrors
Position the exterior mirror glass in the full down position.
Grasp the top and carefully pull the exterior mirror glass away from the mirror housing.
Disconnect the electrical terminals (if equipped) and remove the exterior mirror glass.
Power exterior mirrors
Remove the jack pins from the exterior mirror glass backing plate.
Use pliers to grasp the jack pins at the base to remove.
Installation Power exterior mirrors
Remove the sealing boots from the exterior mirror motor.
Install the jack pins in the sealing boots.
Install the jack pins and sealing boots.
Hold the legs of the jack pins and push the jack pins back into the exterior mirror housing.
Install the sealing boots so the boot shoulder is under the mirror collar and turn each jack pin until the head of the jack pin is aligned with the slots in the sockets on the backing glass plate.
All exterior mirrors
Place the new exterior mirror glass assembly down on a smooth firm surface.
Align the friction pins vertically to the exterior mirror glass backing plate socket and push down to snap the pivot ball into the socket.
CAUTION: Do not over heat the exterior mirror glass backing plate. Heat only until backing plate is warm to the touch. Using the special tool, warm the main pivot sockets in exterior mirror glass backing plate.
Loosely install the glass.
Connect the electrical wiring to the electrical terminals (if equipped).
Position the friction pins in the mirror housing.
Align the jack pin locating tabs to match with the mirror glass back.
Using a flat hand, press on the center of the mirror glass until seated on the center pivot of the mirror housing.
Press the mirror glass toward one of the jack pins until snapped in place.
Repeat for second jack pin.
Power exterior mirrors NOTE: If the jack pins do not engage, they may not be aligned correctly. Remove the exterior mirror glass, align the jack pins to the slots in the sockets and repeat the installation procedure.
NOTE: The jack pin should click while manually adjusting the exterior mirror glass. Tilt the exterior mirror glass to the full outboard position and then press on the outer side of the class until the in/out jack pin snaps into the socket on the exterior mirror backing plate.
NOTE: The jack pin should click while manually adjusting the exterior mirror glass. Tilt the exterior mirror glass to the full down position and then press on the outer side of the class until the up/down jack pin snaps into the socket on the exterior mirror backing plate.
I don't know your vehicle. However, a few months ago one of the side mirrors was broken on our pickup truck (a Chevy Silverado). We had the glass shop put in the new mirror and they just glued the new mirror on top of the broken one.
yes when they make the side mirrors its called a stretch they are held in by clips you have to line them all up perfect then push back into place ill give u this link so u can see what i mean http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MERCEDES-C-CLASS-N-S-DOOR-MIRROR-COVER_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQitemZ160056149126