not unless backing one side into a post while trying to miss the other
side is warranty.
I parked it in a parking garage in one of those spaces I liked with my
Accent because few folks tried to use it. The Elantra ia just a tad
wider. I just tipped the mirror so it compressed a bit and shattered
the outer end of the glass but the plastic is fine. If it wasn't
heated I would just take it to a glass shop. odes anyone know how the
heating bit works? I can think a separate strip heater behind the
glass or a coating on the glass. The latter could be a problem. The
former just takes a glass cutter and a new piece of mirror.
Its a normal piece of mirrored glass which has a heated 'pad' affixed to the
back, the 'pad' is made from die cut adhesive foam with the heating element
embedded. It is unlikely you could remove the foam without fracturing the
embedded element, you could try goo gone or similar to release the adhesive.
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