You have to take the whole door panel off. It can be challenging but as long as you unscrew all visible screws then it shouldn't take you forever. Also be sure to locate/unscrew the plastic screws from the side of the door. Also snap off the triangle plastic covering the side mirror from the inside. I heard somebody say that you can just replace it from here w/ o taking the door panel off. Believe me, ive tried this and its impossible. You wont be able to reach the two other screws unless you have a small enough tool plus screwing them back on would be harder if not near impossible- only an inch of room to work. Also you wont be able to reach for the electrical connection to unplug/plug it. Onve you unscrew all panel screws, pull it towards you and slide it towards the dash qt the same time. The door lever is quite a litle challenge to work around but like ive said to myself- patience. Saved me $$$ and i learned something new. Have fun!
The passenger side mirror on a 2001 Toyota Sienna is mounted by screws. To replace the mirror remove the mounting screws and unplug the wire clip.
The mirror is going to come from the dealer. You will then need to buy a book on how to replace the unit.
Visit siennaclub.org for detailed information.
buy the service manual
you change it
Highly doubtful because the circuit has to be there to power up the heater in the mirror.
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Hey Lee==there are screws on the inside of the door.Be careful as there are a lot of sharp edges there. GoodluckJoe
you can buy just the glass mirror part at most auto part stores its held on with silicon
Remove the cover on the interior by prying then remove the three bolts with a 10 mm ratchet and pull it out.
What internal parts are you referring to exactly?