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Auto Anti Dazzle Mirror repair or replacement

davemark Dec 29, 2019

  1. davemark

    davemark Member

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    Ok so my passenger side door mirror got hit it still works no brakes no cracks the heat still works and even the anti dazzle still works but it’s lost a couple of clips so it does not stay on I don’t want to glue it as I would never get it off but I presume it’s one bit but can’t find any part numbers on it and an eBay search there are loads but done seem to have the auto dip / auto anti dazzle

    Would any one know the part numbers it’s form a 2012 plate A3 s line

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    Last edited: Dec 29, 2019
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  3. leonwilliams

    leonwilliams Active Member

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    Open it up get part number off it then Google it

    Sent from my SM-G960F using Tapatalk
     
  4. John Lang

    John Lang Member

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    The right hand anti dazzle glass is 8F0 857 536G and left hand I believe is: 8F0 857 535 G
    They are quite expensive, you could replace with a non-anti-dazzle.
     
  5. davemark

    davemark Member

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    I had , no part number sticker :-(
     
  6. tcardio

    tcardio Well-Known Member

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    I know you like the anti dazzle because you have it optioned. The replacement cost is ridiculous. ask yourself if you really need that option. if not then I would just get the not dazzle or if inclined the asymmmetric which really makes changing lanes easier. BTW that sucks
     
  7. davemark

    davemark Member

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    Looking to do a modification on the one i got and secure another way :) i really love the feature so dont want to loose it unless i have to
     
  8. aqibi2000

    aqibi2000 Active Member

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    Get a regular mirror and swap the rear plastic mounts over.

    Using Heat and Molybdenum wire separate the glass.

    YouTube search screen separation with Molybdenum wire, the same principles apply
     

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