Question about 1995 Honda Odyssey
If your reason for changing the mirror is simply that the glass is broken then it is easy to change the glass. Remove all the glass and glue from the casing and use a silicon based adhesive on the back of the new glass. Put it into place and using a small block of wood or plastic as a spacer tape around the mirror case and gass. Use electrical tape and stretch it a bit. Put 2 or 3 wraps. Leave it on for 24 hours and then you should be good.
You should also be able to get the procedure done at a local glass repair shop. I had one replaced a few years ago for around $20. It would be more expensive if you wanted the glass for the passenger side that is curved. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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