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Side mirror is leaking on floorboard every time it rain.s

I need some sort of diagram showing how to take it off the car for repair. Already have mirror replacement but dont know how to remove old mirror.

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There should be a plastic triangular cover if yo pop that off you will see the screws. proceed carefully as not to miss any screws.

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You need to remove the door panel as the bolts holding on the mirror are on the inside. roll down the window.,as the door panel has to come up and out. This is easier done with the window down especially for reinstallation of the door panel. Remove the power window switch assembly ,handle, screws,and the clips that hold on the door panel.you need a flat pry tool for the clips.they pop out of the holes in the door.once the panel is off,the plug for the mirror and the nuts are removed.the new mirror and seal is replaced and the door panel re attached.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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