Question about Honda Odyssey
Just about all auto parts stores carry a little kit that includes slovent and glue to replace the metal "nub" onto the glass. There is a screw on the mirror that attaches the mirror to this "nub". Do not use force to remove the old glue or nub, windshield will crack.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
use a special pad if you can get one or a new mirror ,do not glue it with epoxy type glues because the sun will expand it and then the windscreen will crack ,trust me ,got the teashirt here
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
SOURCE: rearview mirror fell off. how
It may be held on by small set screw. (Allen wrench type) Or it just pops on and off, with effort.
To pop it off, hold the mirror as it would normally sit, and with that position in mind, you want to slide the metal plate down and out of the mirror clip, and you may have to pry on it a bit to get it started.
After you have reattached the plate to the windshield, you will have to apply almost the same force to clip the mirror back on.
Tips: Mark the location of the metal plate with a piece of tape on the outside of the windshield.
Make sure you clean the old glue off both the plate and windshield. Do not scratch metal plate.
Make sure you glue the plate on correctly. Do a trial fit on the mirror just prior to glueing.
Posted on Aug 28, 2011
SOURCE: change interior light bulb
If this is the light that is controlled with the center switch, it can easily be changed by carefully prying the plastic cover off and replacing the bulb, found at any local auto parts store.
Posted on Dec 05, 2011
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