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Old 08-01-2006, 06:04 PM   #1
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I`m trying to take of the two side rear view mirrors on my 93 ssei. I`m having some trouble though. I`ve already removed the inner door panels, but all that does is reveal that there are no visible nuts or bolts to remove the mirror. Has anyone here done this? Any advice? Thanks very much guys
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I can't speak exactly to your '93, but my '97 uses studs with nuts inside the door panel. Under the water guard.
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I can't speak exactly to your '93, but my '97 uses studs with nuts inside the door panel. Under the water guard.
all 92-99'* are the same
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I can't speak exactly to your '93, but my '97 uses studs with nuts inside the door panel. Under the water guard.
all 92-99'* are the same
Lol! Yeah, but every time I assume that, I get into trouble...

Thanks for verifying that!
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thanks very much. I finally got them off, it just took some time, a flexible arm, and a bit of common sense thanks
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yeah, flexibility is a must. Ratcheting Wrenches help too.
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