Driver's side view mirror ripped out...

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Old 31 Jan 2006, 09:12 pm   #1 (permalink)
C4MRYn00b
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Default Driver's side view mirror ripped out...

I already got the replacement, my question is, are there any
do-it-yourself sites that would show me how to install the new mirror.
Or, if anyone would specifically know if I need to detach the inside
door panel. Its a '92 Camry LE (US build).

Thanks in Advance!

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Old 31 Jan 2006, 09:39 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Driver's side view mirror ripped out...

C4MRYn00b, 1/31/2006,10:12:08 PM, wrote:

> I already got the replacement, my question is, are there any
> do-it-yourself sites that would show me how to install the new mirror.
> Or, if anyone would specifically know if I need to detach the inside
> door panel. Its a '92 Camry LE (US build).
>
> Thanks in Advance!


I have replaced a 97 and a 94 (long story). In their case there was a
small black triangular plastic trim piece on the inside of the door
that popped off. Then there are three nuts that have to be removed and
the entire mirror housing comes off. If you have electric mirrors then
there is a wire connector that has to be disengaged also. It's really
rather simple.

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Old 01 Feb 2006, 12:13 am   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Driver's side view mirror ripped out...

Yes, that black triangular piece prises off and from then its a
relatively simple process

Alex 95 Camry Australian build

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