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Wing mirror removal/re fitting

Discussion in 'General Technical / How To' started by b00zehound, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. b00zehound
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    [Dec 6, 2008]
    Hi,

    I just took my drivers mirror off. A quite straight forward process. Can I get it back on again! There was a lump of foam between the car and mirror and the only way to get it back on was to miss this out. There is now a lot of wind noise obviously the lump of foam stopped that. There must be an easier way to get the mirror back on?? anyone?:keule:
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    sc00byd00byd00 Frank and Beans...............

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    [May 6, 2009]
    I just did this myself !

    How hard was it to get the electric cable out...... I thought at one point I was going to have to take the inner door shell apart just to get it out.

    I struggled with the foam too, in the end, I had to take the lower glass rubber off, and also pull back the upper door rubber, fit the mirror, putting the rubber seals back as you do it. I needed an extra pair of hands when doing it as it wasn't easy to figure out. I thought i'd got the wrong mirror at some point as the locating bullets seemed to be in the wrong place !
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    sc00byd00byd00 Frank and Beans...............

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    [May 6, 2009]
    If you need anymore advice, let me know, can do pictures if you want
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