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Replace side mirror

Discussion in 'Tech Archive (No Posting)' started by Malfa, Jun 16, 2008.



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  1. Malfa

    Malfa New Member 5+ Year Member

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    The mirror on my driver side is cracked and I need to replace it within the next week.

    http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com...=2DR+HX&catcgry4=KACVT&catcgry5=MIRROR+(FIXED)
    ^So on that website is #17 the only thing I will need to purchase? Also is it going to be pretty easy to replace??


    Thank you!



    edit: the link wont go to the section i want it to, but im sure you will know what i am talking about (just go to mirror(fixed) on the bottom drop down menu)
     
  2. Billy.

    Billy. Has returned ;-) Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    youre probably better off finding the whole mirror assembly used from someone instead of trying to repair the broken glass on yours. to me it just doesnt look like a straight forward repair job, but replacing the whole thing is pretty easy. just make sure you get a 2dr/hatch mirror, not a sedan


    http://www2.partstrain.com/store/?N=10606+1631+4294967264+11921+9162
     
  3. Evan.

    Evan. iTrader EVERYthing

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    The glass is easy to replace, however for the same price, you can get a whole new painted housing used. (if yours is in bad condition)
     
  4. Malfa

    Malfa New Member 5+ Year Member

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    mine is in fine shape, not too bad at all

    the housing was like 50-60 where the glass was only 20
     
  5. haphazard

    haphazard New Member 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    if the housing is in good shape you can just replace the glass, i did it on mine. a friend at the parts store took it off somehow for me. then i went to a junk yard and got another mirror and changed the glass.
     
  6. clarkandrew45

    clarkandrew45 New Member

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    My friend is currently looking for driver side mirror. what brand can you suggest?
     


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