If it is loose in the head, replace it. If it is loose where it mounts, take the trim panel off and tighten the screws.
how do i tighten my side mirrors on my 98 blazer?
Passenger doors mirror
inside the truck on whatever door you are having the mirror problem with will be a little panal connected to the dash. Take the panal off and you will see a screw right there and it should tighten in a jiffy
Called side mirrors. Drivers side mirror/passenger side mirror.
Its on the underside of the nearside (passenger) wing mirror.
how to remove the door panel of a 1995 s10
it depends on if the mirror is electric or not if it is then take the door panel off and then take the screws out of the mirror and the disconnect the wiring and the do the reverse to put new one on. if its not electrical the do the same except you don't have to unhook the wiring.
You have to remove the plastic piece in the inside of the car which will expose the bolts to tighten the mirror
i recently had to replace the passenger side mirror of my 93 blazer, at first i attempted to fix the white mirror mounts behind the glass, but they wouldn't sit right after some frustration i decided to go to the junk yard and pay $10 for a new power mirror, this is most likely ur best bet
unbolt the mirror from the car and look inside the mirror for a bolt to tighten, don't remember if it can be tightened or not.
On the door you will find a small triangler panel at the front the panel just snaps off the you will see three nuts just tighten there
There must be a left side outside mirror on all cars driven in the US. The outside right mirror is optional, but pretty much standard on most cars these days. You must also have an interior rear view mirror on passenger vehicles.
Remove the inside door panel of your 1993 Chevrolet Lumina. Remove the passenger mirror wiring harness. Remove the passenger mirror retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new passenger mirror.
Cannot be tighten, replace the mirror assy..
If it's like my '92 Cheyenne, then yeah. You need to pop off the housing covering the point where the mirror arm attaches to the truck. Look for a bolt; mine required a hex-wrench (allen wrench). Tighten as needed.
if i assume correctly your talking about the mirror itself and not the part that connects to the vehicle. If its the mirror look underneath next to the rubber part (bendie) you should see two screws on either side. Take a Phillip screwdriver and tighten it to the desired torque. Dont tighten too much tho as you could damage. Personally i have mine pretty tight so the wind doesnt have too much play on them.
Most mirrors are attached with screws on the outside of the door. Otherwise you have to take the door panel off to get to the nuts.
Begin by removing the inside passenger door panel. Remove the wiring harness from your passenger side electric mirror. Remove the mirror retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new electric passenger side mirror.
romove inside door panel, unfasten old,replace,plug in refasten new,replace doorpanel.
Pop off the plastic cover on the back of the mirror. Then release the mirror by sliding the mirror forward. Then you can see the mirror bracket and the loose screws. Tighten the screws and replace the mirror. It takes about 2 seconds when you know what your looking for!
take off the inside panel and tighten the mirror. I did it and it is easy once you get the panel off which is not so easy.
To tighten a loose side view mirror on a 2002 F150, take out the old screw and screw in a slightly larger one. It is also possible to tighten the mirror by using plumber's tape around the original screw.
passenger side button is broken.....