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Need to remove door trim to replace side door

The RHS side mirror keeps dropping will no longer hold adjustment. Do I need to remove door trim to replace side door mirror on Corolla seca CSI Hatch 1995. If so how do I find the screws to remove it? DIYChic

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3) Take out the mirror wiring connection.

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