Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Yes there is, you need to remove the inside door trim where the mirror is mounted. Then remove the nuts holding the mirror to the door, once you have done this there is a nut on the inside of the mirror which you can tighten to stop it from being so loose.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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