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How-to » Body & Interior » Glass & Mirrors » How to Replace a Mirror
 Note: This is a general guide for all vehicles.

How to Replace a Mirror

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  • Mirror
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1
Remove the trim cover retaining screw and the trim cover from the broken side mirror.
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2
Remove the retaining nuts and disconnect the electrical connector (if applicable). Remove the broken side mirror.
3
On power assisted mirrors, it will be necessary to remove the interior door panel and trim, and disconnect the electrical connectors to the mirror.
4
Reconnect the electrical connector if necessary. Install the new mirror and the trim cover.
5
On power assisted mirrors, test the mirror operation first. Then reinstall the interior door panel.
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