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If they are anything like the standard ones it's fairly easy. Unclip the mirror glass, disconnect the heater wires, and there are 3 torx screws which hold the cover onto the mirror frame. Once you get these out it lifts off - watch you don't lose the rubber seal strip underneath.

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If they are anything like the standard ones it's fairly easy. Unclip the mirror glass, disconnect the heater wires, and there are 3 torx screws which hold the cover onto the mirror frame. Once you get these out it lifts off - watch you don't lose the rubber seal strip underneath.

Thanks for your help Richard. I presume the mirror glass just needs a tug or did you lever them out with a srewdriver?

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If they are anything like the standard ones it's fairly easy. Unclip the mirror glass, disconnect the heater wires, and there are 3 torx screws which hold the cover onto the mirror frame. Once you get these out it lifts off - watch you don't lose the rubber seal strip underneath.

Thanks for your help Richard. I presume the mirror glass just needs a tug or did you lever them out with a srewdriver?

On Rennlist, search for shop manual/repair manual. You'll find a link to said manuals. I have it on my home PC, but not here at the office.

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