How do you repair a side passenger mirror on a 2003 Honda Odyssey The glass fell out but did not break. The electrical part still works. I need to get the glass attached to the electrical unit?
If it is a heated glass unit then you should just be able to re-attach the wires coming from your mirror assembly to the terminals in the glass. Use silicone or urethane (automotive grade) to adhere it on the backing plate. If it is power only then just reattach with the silicone or urethane. If the terminals have come off off the mirror glass then you have to get a new piece of glass.
Removal and Installation Remove the trim panel. Release the clip. Release the locating tabs. Remove the trim panel. Disconnect the exterior mirror control switch electrical connector. Disconnect the exterior mirror electrical connector. Release the clip. Release the electrical connector. Disconnect the electrical connector. Remove the exterior mirror. Remove the bolt. If equipped, remove the screw. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
I actually replace my drivers side mirror. I is a mechanical mirror with the turn signal on it. There is a small triangular door panel piece near the mirror. Remove it and remove the 2 or 3 bolts holding the mirror. Remove inside door panel. Unplug/replug electrical connection. The whole process was quite easy (believe it or not)!