Kind of sucks that you needed to remove the door panel.Axe-u-lee it wasn’t bad if you had the tools & knew how to do it. The first time, I didn’t have the tool to remove the window crank, so after removing the screw by the door handle and the two bolts below the arm rest, I loosened the clips that holds the door panel against the door and then managed to rotate the panel enough to get to the three nuts that held the mirror on. The big problem was to figure out how to get the panel off. When I had to replace the second mirror, I decided to buy the window crank removal tool and extra panel clips and it only took me 15 or 12 minutes to do the job. My next chore is to replace the door hinge pin & bushings on the driver’s side (See; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvsIHQJIuxY&feature=relmf... ). I got the pins & bushings in the mail today, me.;-)C.J.V. - or I might axe a local auto repair joint to do it fur me, yes
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