You buy rearview mirror adhesive from a auto store. 02/02/2009: I recently had a hack job done by a reputable company (new employee who no longer works there) when my windshield was replaced on my 2000 Acura TL. Now I know that you don't yank the thing off the windshield or cut the 3 power wires that makes it a power rear view mirror. There is a clip that is located in the headliner that should be unplugged and then re-plugged for a nice neat look. The windshield that was ordered for my car had a roundish metal piece embedded in the glass for where the mirror should be replaced.
The 2002 Acura TL has 35 in. of rear leg room.
The 2002 Acura TL has 55 in. of rear hip room.
The 2002 Acura MDX has 37.8 in. of rear leg room.
The 2002 Acura MDX has 56.3 in. of rear hip room.
The 2002 Acura TL has 55.7 in. of rear shoulder room.
The 2002 Acura MDX has 61.1 in. of rear shoulder room.
The 2002 Acura TL has 36.8 in. of rear head room.
The 2002 Acura MDX has 39 in. of rear head room.
The rear track of the 2002 Acura MDX is 5 ft. 6.5 in. (66.5 in.).
The rear track of the 2002 Acura NSX is 5 ft. 0.7 in. (60.7 in.).
The rear track of the 2002 Acura TL is 5 ft. 0.4 in. (60.4 in.).
Go to Auto parts/supply store or glass store and get special adhesive made for that and reattach
Glass comp will reattach it with special glue, inexpensive.
The 2002 Acura NSX has rear wheel drive.
Most auto repair stores offer rear view mirror installation kit. The kit offers the proper adhesive as well as a mounting button.
The cast of Rear View Mirror - 2002 includes: Jason Masek as Traveler
pick up one of the rear view mirror adhesive kits from an auto parts store. follow instructions closely and u can do it in about 10 minutes.
-There is a special product for this, made by 'Loctite' and called 'auto mirror adhesive' -available in auto parts stores
you can buy a repair kit at any parts store. It is very simple to do...
The 2002 Acura TL has front wheel drive.
The 2002 Acura MDX has four wheel drive.
The auto dimming rearview mirror contains chemicals that have either leaked out or deteriorated over time. You will have to replace the mirror.
I am assuming that you are refering to the one on the windshield. On the piece that attaches to the glass, you will need to take a flat file and file it until it it level. At the auto parts store they have a special adhesive. Follow the directions.
You can get a mounting kit from the parts store, the metal piece comes out of the mirror by loosening an allen screw, glue the mount to the window as per instructions and when it is set slide the mirror on and tighten set screw.
you can go to a pickand pull and for 55 dollars they can put in a new window and guarantee it