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Mirror on my 2005 pontiac grand prix part of the metal from my mirror is sticking out through the rubber weather sealing!? it looks maybe someone has leaned on my mirror really hard? how do i take apart the door to get the metal back in place!? Thnaks! Annye

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There should be a plastic interior piece inline with the mirroe remove that n ull see whats wrong

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