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Subject: Re: Repair Before Trade-in? Date: 11/9/2012 5:33 PM
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Not so fast. If it is designed in such a way that you have to remove the door liner, some of them can be a real witch with a b to remove. If it is bolt, gasket and plug and play, completely agree that this is a very easy job. If you're pulling door liners, arm rests, wiring harness for power locks, windows, mirrors, seats, etc. etc. it can get ugly fast.

I'm assuming the Lexus is sharing similar design characteristics to my Toyota. On the Toyota, access to the mirror hardware is behind a small triangular cover in the corner of the window. The door liner does not need to be removed. Of course, my assumption could be wrong.

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