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After owning the car for about a year I just noticed that I was missing the visor vanity cover/door. I ordered a new body and cover from Parts Haven - $90.00. It came with the body, lights + and - pig tails, and the needed cover. No mirror. I nipped off the existing

wires to the old body, put the old body on the workbench and used a very thin narrow putty knife and

slowly worked the mirror off. It was glued down to the vanity light body. I then unsoldered the pig tails from the new body

and made sure that I had cleared away the solder so the old wires would go through the holes for re-soldering. I guess I could have just soldered the old and new wires together, but I wanted the factory look.

I then started to silicone the mirror down to the new body, the frame wouldn't fit down on it??? I then looked at the top frame that held the lenses and saw that the new set up had plastic clips that retained the mirror.

Bottom line, the old mirror was attached with silicone, the new frame used plastic clips. All works now...

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