How to fix my broken mirror cover

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Old 09 Oct 2006, 12:24 am   #1 (permalink)
Carson
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Default How to fix my broken mirror cover

I was backing out of the garage the other day, you know like in a hurry!
and well .. I clipped my mirror!! And so

they want $200 for a new one. It seemed a bit expensive to me so I wanted
to find out how I could fix it myself

when I came across this webpage check it out.
http://www.ucanfix.com/Mirror/
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Old 09 Oct 2006, 08:43 am   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: How to fix my broken mirror cover

Is it the glass you broke or the housing? If it's the drivers side glass
only you can have a glass shop cut a replacement (just give them a
template of the shape) and glue it over the existing - if it's a heated
mirror you'll lose this feature. If it's passenger side you'll need to
find an OEM replacement - they are convex - try the scrap yard - $50-$150
for the whole assembly

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Old 09 Oct 2006, 01:16 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: How to fix my broken mirror cover


"sroger007" <sroger@uniserve.com> wrote in message
news:cd48784e41d639efad8b127d95fb6525@localhost.ta lkaboutautos.com...
> Is it the glass you broke or the housing? If it's the drivers side glass
> only you can have a glass shop cut a replacement (just give them a
> template of the shape) and glue it over the existing - if it's a heated
> mirror you'll lose this feature. If it's passenger side you'll need to
> find an OEM replacement - they are convex - try the scrap yard - $50-$150
> for the whole assembly


rsoger, I'm afraid you spent time and effort trying to help out someone
without realizing that this post was spam for "ucanfix" since the poster's
email address is the same as the website she suggested looking at for help.
No good deed goes unpunished. (Another reader on the alt.autos.toyota
newsgroup spotted this)
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