How to Replace Side View Mirror Glass 03-07 Toyota Tundra

How to Replace Side View Mirror Glass 03-07 Toyota Tundra

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, smashed, cracked, or shattered side view mirror. This video is applicable to the 03 Toyota Tundra

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Vicki k Gibson says:

I found that when I took the bushing out if the mirror if the 06 toyota matrix it dud not want to go back. Nor did it want to go back with the bushings back into the housing. Lining up those slots seems near impossible. It just won't fit on. Is there a way to fit it up easier? I am afraid of breaking the glass. I have pressed hard but the tabs for the mirror just won't snap back in!

articledon says:

im trying to replace my mirror in my 04 tundra. I currently have the turn indicator in the mirror. all the ones i see to buy do not have the turn signal indicator. any help?

J Prefect says:

We had the driver's side mirror pane on our '08 Corolla pop out, and weren't sure how to get it back in. It's a power mirror, and has the two bushings and central cup-and-post attachment point just like in this video.

Following your directions, being sure to apply pressure on the glass pane at an angle to the mirror mount in order to fit the central round "cup" back on, worked great. We also covered the pane with tape, and some cardboard to ease the pressure on the glass.

We actually put the bushings on the back of the mirror glass first (the reverse of your re-install order, where you put the bushings in the holes on the mirror mount first–this seemed a bit difficult to line up).

Thanks for posting this!

Dennis McFerrin says:

can I purchase just the connecting tabs for the back of the mirror?

Victor Cruz says:

Tried it this way and the mirror broke… And I can't get the original to reinstall. Hate my life.

Cha Le says:

Do you know what a shunt 32v fuse in a 1992 s10 blazer in used for, like what purpose it serves?

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