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Old 07-01-2004, 06:23 PM   #1
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So yeah, I went out to my car to find it just dangling there. Does anyone know what I am going to need to re-install it, it is one of the electro-tint mirror ones...
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Well you can always get a thing of rearview apoxy from the auto parts store... seemed to work on my Ford.
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Well you can always get a thing of rearview apoxy from the auto parts store... seemed to work on my Ford.
Ok... does anyone here know the P/N for the black trim piece that covers the wiring... a part of that snapped off and I hope this will fix my noisy mirror problem...
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The flexible piece or the thing the mirror mounts to?
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The piece that goes from the metal part of where to the mirror mounts to the roofline... it covers up the wires....
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Just re-attached moms Park Ave Mirror..
$1.99 at Auto Zone for permatex kit. The had them at the register display.
Easy to follow instructions too.
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i need that part number also, i snapped mine when i took my headliner out
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Bone yard is best and easiest bet.
Or dealer.
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