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Rear view mirror removal 2007 Mustang GT

Does anyone know how to remove the interior rear view mirror from the windshield?

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If it is like the one in my 05, there is a piece of metal that wraps around the steel that is glued to the windshield. It kinda looks like a collar and clamps to the sides of the mounting steel. ( U shaped clamp). I used a jewelers screwdriver to get in between the collar and the rest of the mirror mount. I used a small, very small hammer, and tapped lightly on the screwdriver which pried the collar away from the steel mount. The mirror just fell away after that. The new mirror I put on which was out of an 07 and has the internal compass, just snapped on. There is a clip that is on the bottom of the mount that must be pried away from the mounting steel on the windshield. That mirror then slides to the top for removal. Be carefull so you dont break the windshield. If you dont want to mess with it usually the windshield replacement shops will take it off for you. GA

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Thanks for the info. I thought that was the way to do it but wanted to see if I was on the right track. Experience is the best teacher. Again, Thank You GA. Nic
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