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Old 04-13-2016, 09:42 PM   #1
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Help lost Mirror

We have lost the bottom section of the passenger side mirror. Any one have any idea where to get a replacement?
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There are only a couple three major mirror suppliers. Look carefully for a name or tag. Maybe tilt the mirror carrier and its on the edge of the carrier. Once identified, a call to the mirror manufacturer will get the needed part(s) coming your way.
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Had the same thing happen to me. I found the brand name inside the mirror housing and called them on the phone. They sent me an exact replacement and the correct adhesive. They were extremely helpful. Pick up some painters tape (blue masking tape) and some cardboard to hold it in place overnight while the adhesive sets up. My mirror was heated so be prepared to crimp on the wires if yours are also heated. Good luck.


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