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how to change drivers side rear view mirror ....

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how to change drivers side rear view mirror ....
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Mike replied 5 years ago.
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My name is MIKE - Im happy to help / advise you on this -

If you have removed all the panel fixing screws - and it sounds like you have but check around the door "bin" -just in case I haven't read you properly - and the very edges of the panel... Once all the screws are removed - the panel is then held all along the bottom and the two sides by push clips - you need to grip the edges of the panel - all around and "yank" the panel off - ( refit the clips if they stay on the door or come off after before refitting the panel...)

The panel can then just drop down - ( lift it off the "lip" of the door top edge - you dont have to fully remove it - you can then get to the 2 lower mirror fixing screws to remove / replace those...and then refit all as removed.

These images as follows may help further if its a manual mirror - if electric, just unclip the connectors for the wires.

Let me know if you need anything more though - I do have to be off for a while now- but wil be back later / eve if you need anything more at all...

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Best Rgds, MIKE.

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