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I have a 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis and the rear view mirror fell off the windshield. On most cars there is a hex screw that releases the tab that is to be glued to the windshield. This model has no screw. How do I release the tab that I need to glue on?

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Try easing the tab away from the mirror with a screwdriver, I'm pretty sure its just a tight fit.

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