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Old 24th December 2009, 06:24   #1
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-How to take mirror glass off??

how do you remove the glass portion of the mirror? my mirrors aren't folding up anymore but i hear it click whjen i press the button so i wanted to take the glass off to look behind there...

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If you push the top portion for the glass up you will see a horseshoe shaped thing. If you take a Flathead screwdriver or something flat and push it towards the car(in) it will release the mirror. pull out and release the wires. Install is the reverse, push horseshoe(out) away from the car.
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