Nope. Not a single visible means of attachment that can be removed other than by prying...or so it seems. Exactly why I will pay this low low price to let someone take care of it who knows what the heck he is doing.If you are looking outside the car, you are looking in the wrong place. As foo1bar mentioned in his post, the attachment bolt and nuts are behind a trim piece inside the car. On my vehicle, the trim piece in triangular in shape and in the corner of the window next to the mirror. Pull the trim piece off and you see the wires and bolts.
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