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Old 02-26-2009, 07:56 PM   #21
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oh of course i definetly will and thank you for all the help and hopefully this will work out for the better for me.
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Old 02-27-2009, 07:03 PM   #22
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i had the same problem, just picked one up from morad, same color and everything, i think it was under 90 bux if i remember right
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UPDATE: so i got the part today and it was being painted earlier today i believe, so i dont know how long it should take for the mirrors paint to fully dry any ideas?
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As Danthurs mentioned, it'* pretty straight forward as long as the door is fine. In addition to the small door speaker that covers the bolts for the mirror, the door panel itself will also have to be removed. The wiring harness for the mirror runs down behind this to plug into the PDM (Passenger Door Module). This isn't difficult, but there is a trick to reinstalling it correctly. When my car was under warranty, two different dealerships failed to reinstall the door panel correctly ane in each case I had to re-do it myself. Our door panels are a little different than a lot of other cars.

What colour do you need?
How do you take off the small speaker panel? I tried to pull out by hand, it didn't pop up; should I force it more? Thanks.
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How do you take off the small speaker panel? I tried to pull out by hand, it didn't pop up; should I force it more? Thanks.

there is one push clip near the top in the center of the panel, you will need to pry this off, and then lift up to release the 2 tabs that fit down into the door panel
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