REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Except 1994 Utility Models
See Figure 1
A damaged mirror glass face may be replaced by placing a large piece or multiple strips of tape over the glass then breaking the mirror face. Adhesive back mirror faces should be available for most applications.
- Remove the door trim panel and the water deflector in order to access the mirror retaining nuts.
- If equipped, remove the access hole plugs, then unfasten the mirror nuts.
- If equipped, unplug the mirror electrical connection.
- Remove the mirror assembly from the vehicle.
- Place the mirror into position and install the retaining nuts. Tighten the nuts to 53 inch lbs. (6 Nm).
- If equipped, attach the mirror electrical connection.
- If equipped, install the access hole plugs.
- Install the water deflector. The water deflector is secured by a strip of adhesive between the deflector and door, as well as waterproof sealing tape. Upon installation, make sure a good seal is achieved to keep water from entering into the body. If necessary, use strip caulking as a sealant between the deflector and door.
- Install the door trim panel.
- Unfasten the screws that attach the mirror to the door.
- Remove the mirror from the door and if equipped, unplug the mirror electrical connection.
- Installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten the mirror retainers to 53 inch lbs. (6 Nm).