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Old 11-09-2010, 10:43 AM   #1
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Moving Passenger Rearview Mirror

We may have to move the rearview passenger mirror on our 2004 Fleetwood Excursion to get it in the pole barn. Right now we are off a couple feet of getting her in Wondering if you just loosen the set screws or is there more involved than that. Don't want to mess up the wiring.

This is how we ended up and that is not going to work with winter setting in. May have to bump out the back end of the barn.
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We may have to move the rearview passenger mirror on our 2004 Fleetwood Excursion to get it in the pole barn. Right now we are off a couple feet of getting her in Wondering if you just loosen the set screws or is there more involved than that. Don't want to mess up the wiring.

This is how we ended up and that is not going to work with winter setting in. May have to bump out the back end of the barn.
The wires should have a quick disconnect. I replaced a mirror on another brand and it had one.
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Loosen the set screw and the mirror will lift off. Lift it carefully as there is a small lead collar that the set screw tightens, that may want to fall to the ground and get lost. There should be a snap connector wire to disconnect. You may also be able to loosen both mirrors and turn them instead of removing them to give you the clearance you are looking for.
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