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Chrysler Repair/2004 Chrysler Pacifica: side view mirror.


charger man wrote at 2013-07-19 16:32:02
Chrysler sells just the mirror or the hole assembly.If you want to fix it but without auto dim. Remove plastic trim around glass starting at bottom.Cut wire at top right corner that dims mirror.Protect side of car with rags or towel under mirror. Take razor blade at bottom of mirror and go in between outer glass and mirror. Take paper towel and sop up brown liquid when liquid is out run razor around glass and remove glass.Pour water on mirror and wipe with rag.Now take a rag with brake clean and clean mirror. Use other end of rag and polish mirror all done unless you want to put trim back on. Take about 1/2 hour to do. Now mirror is like new with heat but no dimming and it costs nothing

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