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I have a 2003 honda oddesy, my rearview mirroe broke, the bracket is still glued to the window, where can i find a replacement mirror for my van?

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From a salvage yard, or from a dealer if you want to pay 10 times as much. It is likely it will be the same as other Hondas of other years.

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