Question about 1994 Land Rover Discovery
Is it a replacement or a retro fit to a manual window?
Replacements are really easy. Wear stout gloves. Move the mirror glass so that the edge nearest the car is as far forward as possible. This will push the out edge towards the back of the car. Slip your fingers (or an old thick piece of cardboard / lolly stick - that sort of thing - something that won't scratch) behind the outer edge and prise it off its retaining clips. Be careful - you only want it to pop out gently.
Once you can see the works behind, its all fairly straightforward - four screws hold the motor in place, and the wires are already there.
Assembly is reversal of the pop out - i.e. make sure it "pops" back into the clips, otherwise it will dangle off by the wires "at the most inappropriate point".
More details in the Haynes manual - section 12.15 Body work and Fittings.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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