Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 20:24:02 +0100
From: "Teleman" <telemannospamamegremont.plus.com>
Subject: Re: Wing Mirror Glass Fitting Question


"David Taylor" <djtaylornospamoot.com> wrote in message news:MPG.1d6c0251c0949eb989d83nospam.cable.ntlworld.com... >> It seems to me to be a "fiddley" job, and could need a special >> tool perhaps > > It's easy. > > Stick a flat bladed screwdriver through the hole at the bottom of the > housing and you'll engage with a piece of plastic inside the housing. > Flick the screwdriver one way (sorry can't remember which way! and > you'll disengage the mirror and it will fall into your hand. > > From that point onwards it's pretty obvious. Just disconnect the heater > wires and replacement is a reversal. > > David. Thanks for that, David - Pretty straightforward when you see the hole for screwdriver (which i didnt, and "teased" it out of the holder) What was concerning me was there are 2 "pegs" in the mirror housing that correspond to 2 indents on the back of the glass bezel. I had a HORRIBLE feeling that these needed to be lined up to engage Again, thanks Teleman

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