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2000 toyota avalen outside driver mirror. Someone last night try to rip my mirror off. Its hanging by the electrical wires. I looked for parts on line all I can find is the complete mirror assy. Do I have to buy a new mirror?

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I would think so since the mirror structure is broken.

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Outside Mirrors REMOVAL & INSTALLATION The mirrors on these models can be removed from the door without disassembling the door liner or other components. Both left and right outside mirrors may be either manual, manual remote (small lever on the inside to adjust the mirror) or electric remote. If the mirror glass is damaged, replacements may be available through your dealer or a reputable glass shop in your area. If the plastic housing is damaged or cracked, the entire unit will need to be replaced. Manual
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  2. Remove the delta cover; that's the triangular black inner cover. It can be removed with a blunt plastic or wooden tool. Don't use a metal prytool; the plastic will be marred.
  3. Fig. 1: Use a tapped ended tool to pry the trim from the mirror 89550g29.gif

  4. Depending on the style of mirror, there may be concealment plugs or other minor parts under the delta cover — remove them.
  5. Support the mirror housing from the outside and remove the three bolts or nuts holding the mirror to the door.
  6. Remove the mirror assembly.
  7. Installation is the reverse of removal.
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    2. Remove the delta cover; that's the triangular black inner cover. It can be removed with a blunt plastic or wooden tool. Don't use a metal prytool; the plastic will be marred.
  9. Depending on the style of mirror, there may be concealment plugs or other minor parts under the delta cover — remove them.
  10. Depending on the type of door trim, you may need to remove the door inner panel to access the electrical wiring harness for the mirror.
  11. Support the mirror housing from the outside and remove the three bolts or nuts holding the mirror to the door.
  12. If the wiring to the electric mirror was not disconnected previously, detach it now. Some connectors can only be reached after the mirror is free of the door. Remove the mirror assembly.
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  1. Remove the outside rear view mirror (17682).
    1. Disconnect the power mirror wiring clips.
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  1. Remove the speaker.
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    1. Disconnect the electrical connector.
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  1. Remove the outside rear view mirror (17682).
    1. Disconnect the power mirror wiring clips.
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    1. Remove the outside rear view mirror.
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How do I replace my passenger side mirror?


Hello,

I've completed this same prcedure on my 1999 GMC Sonoma recently.

Firstly, did you get the right mirror? You need to make sure that the mirror you got is the same as the one you had. For example, if the old mirror was powered and heated, make sure you have a powered and heated mirror.

Now, on to the repairs. I managed to do it in about 2 hours outside my garage with a socket set and some basic hand tools.

- Open the passenger door and remove the door trim (the large plastic piece on the inside of the door which holds your armrest, handle, window switches and lock switch. Your manual and service manual will not go into much detail here.
- What you need to do is remove the inside door handle first.
- Locate the screw behind the lever and remove it.
- Locate two screws in the door trim (usually under the arm rest) and remove them
- Remove the panel with the switches. A flathead screwdrier was used to pry that piece off.
- Disconnect the connectors for the switches.
- The door trim is held on by plastic reusable rivots. These can break, but one or two broken ones will not hurt. They are removed by lifting the trim up and then pulling it out. Pulling it straight out will damage more than one or two rivots.
- Try lifting the trim up with some good force. This may take a minute. Be sure to have lemonade ready for a break
- Once that trim was off, accept a high five from me as that's the toughest part.
- Now, look at the inside of the door where your mirror is. You'll see 3 rubber bumpers.
- Carefully remove these. DO NO DROP THEM! If you do, you must rip and tear more stuff to get them out of the door.
- Disconnect and wires going to your mirror and set them aside.
- Now, carefully again, remove the bolts holding your mirror on. Maybe get someone to hang on to your mirror as you undo these.
- Once those are off, remove the mirror.

For the installation, I'll just simplify the reverse of the removal intructions

- Put the mirror on and put the bolts in (Don't drop them)
- put the rubber bumpers on. (Don't forget. I did. I had to take the trim off again)
- Re connect wiring harness
- Put trim back on. Remember, push it on, then push down.
- Screw trim on under arm rest
- Reconnect wiring to switches
- Clip the switch panel back in
- Put the screw back in behind the handle
- Test

If this worked, GREAT!

If not, unfourtunatly you will have to contact a body technician as there may be problems beyond your control.

Hope this helps!

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