alzaraza: Is it really necessary to take out the door panel?
skipwondah33: Great video and very easy to follow. Took about 20 minutes and 5 of that was spent looking for lost screw. Thanks for video
Swarn Jit Singh Chaudhary: Excellent video, easy to follow and saves your at least 100 $ in case of need to replace broker side view mirror. Thanks
Jennifer Britton: Thanks for the video. I recently broke mine off and the screws themselves are broken off the housing unit. I looked at the replacement mirror on the site and noticed it doesn't have the long pointy part that goes up the side of the mirror against the door frame. My car is the exact same type as the one in your video. And when you removed the mirror, I could see that pointy end I'm speaking of. Is that some sort of shell that can come off and be reattached to the new unit? If it's not, is it going to be a problem not being there? Thanks!
fantom58: This was very helpful. Replaced a side view mirror on a 2000 sentra in 20 minutes! Thanks.
Musab Nur: would this work on a nissan sentra 02 se-r
rockerskater55: would this process (or something similar) work on a 2012 nissan sentra sr?
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Mariano Loera: Would this work for a nissan altima 06 as well
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Larry Kriz: Fantastic. What a great way to run a company. And of course I bought the replacement parts from you. Great prices and fast shipping. And they save you money by showing you how to do it. Just fantastic! Thanks so much!
1A Auto Parts: If the studs are broken off of the main housing, you may need to buy a new mirror. We carry them on our website 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
19REGAL08: Thanks for the video! I knocked off my side mirror and the rivets /screws aren't attached to the main portion. Is there a way to reattached those?
Gilberto Franco: Great video. It took no less than 5 minutes to do all the work, I used an electric screw gun, just a little faster. Great video. Honestly greatly appreciated
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Zeta Beta: Thanks buddy, this video is going to help me out a lot. My driver side mirror got smashed by kids with baseball bats. I tried replacing it myself but I wasn't sure how to do it properly, thanks to this I can go back and fix it properly.
1A Auto Parts: Sounds like a good little work around, you would just need to be carful not to break anything. Thanks for checking us out. Have a great day! 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Stevevan64: I recently replaced my driver's side mirror on an '05 Sentra and you might be able to avoid removing the door panel. I just pried off the plastic piece on the inside opposite the mirror, then pried off the cover on the door handle/lock. From there I could bend the door panel popping out a couple fasteners just enough to retrieve the wire harness connection and disconnect it. I removed the three 10mm nuts and it was off.
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