In article <0tednah9NroEqMXeRVn-tQ@comcast.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
> I do not know how I did this--I swerved into a jersey wall--almost. The
> wall had reflectors attached to it and one took out my drivers side mirror.
> I need to replace it, it looks to me like I just fork over a huge amout of
> money, then pull the little plastic thing in the front corner of the
> door/window off and there should be a bolt or two to remove?
> Do I just pull the trim triange off?
> Any hints?
> How do the wires attach?
The cover pulls away from the window frame and is held by two pins that
fit into plastic sockets beneath the triangle in the front of the window
frame. There is a leg that slides in behind the door panel at the
bottom. There are three hex head screws holding in the mirror. If it is
an electric mirror, unscrew the motor, make a diagram and disconnect the
four wires, remove the two wire from the mirror glass if it is
electrically heated. Unscrew the motor from the new mirror and pull the
new wires out, thread in the old wires and connect them up. You don't
have to remove the door panel.
The goal when driving is to miss the maximum number of objects.