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Old 08-03-2010, 11:09   #1 (permalink)
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Question 95 T-bird Lx Power Mirror Removable

HELLO, GUYS & GALS

I'M NEW ON HERE BUT I JUST BOUGHT THIS T-BIRD AND THE PASSENGER MIRROR IS POPPED OUT A LITTLE (DOESN'T ADJUST WITH THE POWER BUT MOTOR WORKS & MOVES A LITTLE) BECAUSE IT IS SORT OF DISCONECTED FROM THE INSDE PART. HOPW I EXPLAINED THAT WELL ENOUGH.

ANYHOW, I PULLED THE DOOR PANEL AND REMOVED THE 3 SCREWS THAT HOLD THE MIRROR ON AND ACCORDING TO THE HAYNES MANUAL I NEED TO UNPLUG THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION. (SUCKY DIRECTIONS) I CAN'T FIGURE OUT WHERE TO DISCONNECT THE WIRES, THEY SEEM TO RUN INTO THE MIRROR. DO I DISCONECT IN THE DOOR PANEL SOMEWHERE?

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Old 08-03-2010, 11:25   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 95 T-bird Lx Power Mirror Removable

They disconnect inside the door. Maybe the glass is all that has to be repaired. Here's a picture of how it comes out.
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Old 08-03-2010, 12:03   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks Bert,

Looking At The Pic, Where Is The Mirror? (front) I Might Just Need The Locking Tabs Because The Mirror Is Fine Just Loose (moves Around) Also Do I Need To Disconect The Power? I Ask Because I Seen 2 Screws On The Bottom Of The Mirror And Thought I Needed To Remove Them In Order To Get To The Inside To See What Was Wrong. My Mirror Doen't Look Like The 1 In The Diagram As I Have No Circle On The Outside (assuming That Is The Outside On The Diagram-the Photo To The Right Of The Locking Tabs.

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Re: 95 T-bird Lx Power Mirror Removable

That circle is on the inside when the glass is removed. The picture shows pulling on the inside area and then glass as it looks when flipped outward. It pulls out, no screws. You don't have to unhook the power to do it.
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Old 08-05-2010, 18:53   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks Bert I'll try and look to see if the locking tabs are inside, that's the only part that looks like it could cause the inside part (mirror) to become loose. Any ides as how to see if the tabs are there? Tight fit for trying to see.

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I don't remember, but I think it's 3 or 4.
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You mean 3 or 4 tabs that hold the inside together?

Another question for you since you are a wealth of knowledge.

The brake light is on. This is a non ABS car, breaks work fine and the fluid level checks fine. What could it be? I was thinking the E brake but it seems to work fine.
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Re: 95 T-bird Lx Power Mirror Removable

Tabs that hold the mirror glass in place. The brake warning light is either the park brakeswitch or the brake fluid switch. You can unhook the one on the side of the master cylinder and see if the light goes off. If not, then the one on the par brake is out of adjustment or the wire is grounding. The brake fluid switch is very sensitive. If the fluid isn't pretty high, it'll come on when you take off or slow down.
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Thanks Bert,

I'll ckeck the brake stuff tomm.

Is their a trick to getting the tabs out?
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Re: 95 T-bird Lx Power Mirror Removable

The Ford manual says: Grip outer edge of outside rear view mirror glass and pull out until outside rear view mirror glass snaps out of outside rear view mirror.

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1. Line up locking tabs of the outside rear view mirror glass to the outside rear view mirror.
2. Firmly push outside rear view mirror glass into place with the palm of the hand until it locks in.
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