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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-12-2012 Thread Starter
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Trick to Rear view Mirror installation?

My rear view mirror came off of my 1995 Ford Mustang Corba. I bought the glue, all set to press but the silver piece wont come off the mirror. I tried glueing the entire unit to the windshield but with poor results.

Give me a clue.. because I dont have one, how do I snap it out. It appears it latches from the side, I hate to break. ???
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-12-2012
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You need to force the button out of its housing. It'll come out.
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I had the same problem. With the mirror off, I got the button out but I had to pry on it with a screwdriver. It won't slide back over it when putting it back on. Any suggestions. I don't want to bust the window
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Nope

I never got the sliver hindge out of the casing.. had to buy a new mirror at Walmart for about $20...

Thankfully, it didnt break the bank... but then the tubing for the front AC vents broke... so unto the next FORD problem.. LOL
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