I do yard work, even do what maintenance I can on the lawn mower and handle what I can on the house, but draw the line at working on cars.At least for my mirror the replacement is:1> pop off trim piece2> remove nuts3> unplug wire harness (12 pin plug IIRC)4> set aside old mirror 5> put new mirror in place6> bolt it on7> plug in wire harness8> put trim piece back10 minutes work - worth $77 to me. (although I think I'd find one for cheaper than $190 - possibly at a junkyard)I'm fairly certain you could do it if you wanted to try - or pay your kid to do it. I think most any HS student could manage to do it.
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