Only maybe. I just did thi son a 126 and if the mechanism is
similar this should work.
Push the mirror back so it's parallel with the body. If it's
a bit reluctant to move, spring some WD40 or silicone spray in
Now if you look at the tip about 2-3 inches inside you'll seee two
spring wire ends on a plastic hook. Using a flat blade screwdriver
disloge them off the hook. Now the mirror can by levered out from the
To put the new glass back in, put the spring on the new glass
securing the hooks over the catch. Put the end that catches
on the moving mechanism in so it catches then pess back until
you hear the reassuring "snick-twang" of the spring catching.
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