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Hi, I have Subaru Legacy 1995 with power folding mirrors. This will sound crazy but I can't unscrew the screws holding them onto the doors no matter what I do!!! Just jammed up do you think or is there a trick to this like they need to be in the open/unfolded position ...? Never known screws like'em! Thanks...

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Hi,

There is a little cover on the inside of the door which you will have to remove. It basically is straight opposite where the mirror is mounted.

Underneath that you should see the bolts which hold the mirror on.

Let me know if you need more information.

Jason

Posted on May 05, 2010

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