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Try to live with a spot under the front glass, because in most cases you won't be able to come anther the glass.In most cases the glass is glued in front of the display, to protect the display. Any attempt to open it, can lead to damage of the glass and dangerous situations.
Check ifixit dot com, to see how you can replace a display on a camera. so you learn how it is build.

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It is likely that your digitizer has gone out. This is not an uncommon issue. Underneath your screen is another piece of glass known as the digitizer, if even a small piece of this has broken, some or none of your screen will respond to touch anymore. It is repairable, but I recommend getting a professional to do it because it is a lengthy process. iExpertStudio.com

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I am assuming its the lower drain pan overflowing. Remove screen and check if anything blocking exit hole. If not then check plumbing underneath drain pan for stir stcks, broken glass, or bottle caps.

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Just on a whim i would say the bearings in the motor are worn.Any leaks?It's also possible that some broken glass went through the screen and into the pump motor if any glass has been broken.

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How do i remove and replace the driver's side mirror?


If the metal pivot arm is not broken you can just replace the glass and plastic housing. To remove the glass you tilt the glass down towards the floor and use a wide plastic or wood bladed object to prise from behind, the glass should pop off from its clips. Remember to catch it if its not damaged. To remove the housing once the glass is out you need to look underneath the mirror unit, there you will find a small plastic bung, gently prise it out and then use a long small flat bladed screwdriver straight up inside the hole and lever towards the front of the car whilst lifting straight up on the plastic housing, this should then lift off. To replace just slot the new housing on and click into place then fit the glass back, remember to connect the wires first if it is a heated glass.
If the metal pivot arm is broken then you will find the remaining screws behind the plastic trim inside the vehicle.

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