Go to this website. It will show how to replace the side mirror.
You have to remove the complete mirror from the car. Remove the nuts from the inside.
To replace the side mirror of a '96 Honda Civic you will need to remove the two screws on the left and right side. Use a blade to scrape off the remaining glue. After purchasing a new mirror scrape off all remaining glue before applying the glue for the new mirror. Reattach and put the screws back in.
You will need to remove the inside door panel in order to replace the side mirror. With the door panel removed you will find the side mirror is held in place by two retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new side mirror.
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open the door remove screw holding molding to base of side view mirror. seperate molding from mirror. remove bolt holding top or side view mirror to A-pillar. remove bolts holding bottom side of mirror to A-pillar. disconnect wiring connector.
carefully grab the mirror and give it a tug carefull not breaking it, once it is off you can access the motor
Basically, just unscrew the plate and connector from the inside of the door and install the new mirror. It's very simple. You won't have any parts flying around doing it.
You can't really replace it. You may be able to replace a broken lens if you're careful but if your problem is with the driver's side and its a manual mirror you're going to half to buy a whole new unit and get it painted to match your car. I've had to do this twice on my 96 with manual mirrors. The control guide wires attach to a plasic addembly inside the mirror. They eventually break loose from the back of the assembly making it useless. It's not repairable either because there is no access to the bolts that hold the mechanism to the mirror body unless the mirror is has the cables broken in which case it's a moot point. If you mean replace the whole assembly that's much easier. Remove the small screw near the center of the triangular piece of plastic inside the door opposite the mirror. Pop the plastic off and you'll find two bolts. remove those bolts and the mirror just falls off.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, or book store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
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I have a 96 Dodge Ram with same mirror problem. Started after about 135k miles. Dealer said they just "wear out" and they need to be replaced. They are OK under 60 mph, but after that they both turn in. If I do replace, I will go with power mirrors to prevent future problems. you dont need to replace the mirror! take the cover off the mirror where it attaches to the door and the problem will be easy to see. But how do you remove the cover?
You have to replace the whole hinge assembly, they don't make a hinge pin kit for the Thunderbird.
bank one would be the passenger side
It is on the passenger side of the bell housing. Tough to see, moderatly hard to replace.
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... I am wondering the same thing. I need to replace mine in a '96. ... I am wondering the same thing. I need to replace mine in a '96.
The oxygen sensors that connect to the exhaust system. There should be two, and they should screw into the side of the exhaust.