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|Ball Stud Included:||No|
|Frame Color:||Textured Black PTM Cover|
|Frame Length:||13.5 in|
|Frame Width:||9 in|
|Mounting Hardware Included:||Yes|
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Q:how do I install this
A:Installation Instructions for replacing a Side View Mirror: Things You'll Need: Flathead screwdriver, Phillips head screwdriver, 3/8-inch drive ratchet, 3/8-inch drive; 3-inch extension, 3/8-inch drive socket set and Telescopic magnet. 1) Open the door and roll the window all the way down. If it's a power window, turn the ignition key back to the off position. 2) Locate the upper corner of the window and determine if the molding can be separated from the interior door panel without removing the door panel. This will be located on the inside of the door panel covering the area where the side view mirror is attached to the door on the outside. If you can remove just the molding, pry it away with the flathead screwdriver. It should unsnap fairly easy. Skip the next step for door removal. 3) Remove the door panel by located and removing the screws holding it to the door. There are too many different types of vehicles that vary in procedure, but most of them have about three screws: one on the interior door handle, one near the arm rest (some molding plugs may need to be pried away with the flathead screwdriver to expose them) and one near the back of the door. In some cars, there are small screws along the bottom of the door panel that also need to be removed. Once the screws are removed, pry the door panel away from the door. (Manual windows would require taking off the door handle, which just pops on and off.) 4) Remove foam rubber insulation in the door cavity covering the side view mirror. This will expose the three studs and nuts holding the side view mirror assembly to the door. If it's a powered mirror, locate the wire harness, pull it out from the door cavity to isolate the plug and unplug it. You may need the flathead screwdriver to press in the clip lock of the plug. 5) Remove the stud nuts using the ratchet, extension and a socket. Use the magnet alongside the end of the socket to catch the nut in case it falls into the door cavity when removing it from the stud. 6) Gently pry the mirror away from the door on the outside. In some cases for power mirrors, the plug might seem impossible to get out of the small hole in the door, but if it got in, it can get out. 7) Insert the new mirror and replace the nuts. Tighten the nuts. Plug the wire back in for powered mirrors and tuck the wire back into the door. Test the power to the mirror, then shut the ignition key off again. Replace the foam rubber insulation if present. Replace the molding or the door panel and screws. Tips & Warnings: In the event you have side-impact air bags, read the owner's manual before trying to remove a door panel. You may have to disconnect the negative terminal on the battery and wait for the backup power capacitor to discharge.