Anyone reinstall one? I've done it before, but I was able to get the
bracket off on my other car. This one seems like it has a spring clip or
something. I tried to prop it up there and tape it while it dried, but that
just made a big mess. I need to get the bracket off of the mirror. Any
It's the interior mirror, but there's no screw on it. It looks like some
kind of flat clip, but I haven't been able to pry it off with a screwdriver.
Plus I'm afraid it will be too hard to snap back into place and might break
I know the set screw thing you're talking about, my other cars have had
this, my Camaro doesn't.
No not to slit your wrist!!
To remove the part from the screen, which will then allow you to mess about
with both bits,
Maybe even puting the socket in boiling water to make the plastic more
You cant apply much heat or force to it on the screen. So just pop the bit
from off the screen.
Well that what Id personaly do mate.
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If it were still on the screen (I'm thinking you mean windshield) I'd be ok,
but the whole assembly is sitting in my passenger seat. Nothing on it seems
to be plastic but the mirror. I haven't been able to find a damn thing
about it on the web.
The mirror is too heavy to brace or tape while the adhesive dries. There's
a metal piece that comes out that you glue down separately then, when the
glue is dry, you somehow snap the mirror on. I can't figure out how to get
the piece out.
Sounds to me like its a "Snap in" type fixing.
You may be able to slide a very thin peace of plastic or metal inbetween the
That might push the snap in part up out of the way allowing the two halves
to be seperated.
On my mirror on the Trans-am its got a small grub screw. My mirror also
But I just held it in place for a few minutes to allow the superglue to go
It was the the balljoints that were to stiff which caused it to break the
seal in the first place.
So id make sure that the balljoints are free before you stick it back on
otherwise it will break off again.
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