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I have a 2006 Nissan Altima & I broke the side mirror at commercial bank deposit. I have tried |"super glue" but got more on my fingers than the car. Also, I need to try & find out how to fix the electrical part, there is a wire "hanging" down that must go to the automated visual alignment. Still I am hopelessly lost! Please anyway that knows a way to fix this please email me @ tglass4@triad.rr.com. Thanks!

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Sounds to me like you need a whole new mirror assembly. The motors that operate the mirror position are most likely damaged along with the wiring harness. There are aftermarket parts warehouses and salvage yards that can reduce your parts cost significantly. I feel this is your best / easiest solution.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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