Inside the door are screws holding the mirror on.
Go to this website. It will show how to remove the door panel and the mirror assembly. Procedure A1 & B1 are for your vehicle. Do the reverse when reinstalling.
A 1991 Dakota would have an OBD-I connector. It is on the passenger side of the firewall. It is roughly square on the outside.A 1991 Dakota would have an OBD-I connector. It is on the passenger side of the firewall. It is roughly square on the outside.
A 1991 Dakota would have an OBD-I connector. It is on the passenger side of the firewall. It is roughly square on the outside.
In general I would say no, but you should check the motor vehicle laws in your state. I would consider outside mirror good safety equipment, but not something you need to operate the vehicle safely.You would not have the missing mirror as an excuse if you have an accident, since it was clear it's missing and would require you to move your head around to see what the mirror normally helps you see.The driver side mirror is usually more important (from a legal stand point) than the passenger side mirror. It depends on where you live, this is a law from NJ:Every passenger automobile manufactured after January 1, 1965 and registered in this State, shall be equipped with an interior mirror and an exterior mirror on the driver's side.
Inspect your calipers make sure pistons are working
You would travel south to go from North Dakota to South Dakota.
I believe this depends on your state. In most states, if the car were equipped with a passanger side mirror and it is broken, you could probably be cited for an equipment violation. However, many cars in the 60's and older did not come with a passenger side mirror as standard equipment. The bigger question is, why would you want to drive this way? On today's multilane highways a driver is at a real disadvantage without a passenger side mirror. Unless you only drive on rural 2 lane roads, I would replace the mirror. Some cars as recently as the early 90's came without passenger side mirrors similar to cars before the 80's without the central brake light (when mandated) . Most likely it depends if your car came with it and fell of or if the car came without it.
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A concave mirror would focus the light back towards the focal point of the mirror. You would not be able to use the mirror effectively with a concave.
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the mirror would be broken!!!
It would take longer to travel from South Dakota to Indiana than it would to travel from South Dakota to Canada.
Departing South Dakota you would travel southeast to reach North Dakota.
North Dakota is north of South Dakota. If it was above South Dakota, it would be floating in the air.
The time in North Dakota depends on where you are in South Dakota and where you want the time in North Dakota. If you are in the Central Time Zone in South Dakota and want the Central Time Zone in North Dakota, the time would be the same, 10pm. If you are in the Mountain Time Zone in South Dakota and want the Mountain Time Zone in North Dakota, the time would be the same, 10pm. If you are in Central Time Zone in South Dakota at 10pm, then it would be 9pm in the Mountain Time Zone in North Dakota. If you are in the Mountain Time Zone in South Dakota at 10 pm, then it would be 11pm in the Central Time Zone in North Dakota.
South Dakota to Indiana would take loger
For what prupose? If it is for a shaving mirror then concave mirror would produce a magnified image which would be helpful for clean shaving.
You would travel north from Texas to North Dakota.
No, North Dakota does not "pay you to live there". If you are an employee of the state of North Dakota then you would get paid to work in North Dakota by the state of North Dakota.
It would show the smaller mirror, and reflections of it and the smaller mirror within, going to infinity. See the related link.
You would travel northwest to reach North Dakota.
This would be a mirror with when you look at it, the center of the mirror is deeper than the sides surrounding the center. convex would be the opposite with the center closer to you than the sides.
It depends on what location you are using in each state. Much of North Dakota is in the Central Time Zone as is the eastern half of South Dakota. So if you are in eastern South Dakota and eastern North Dakota, the time in both places would be 10:00 pm. The south western corner of North Dakota and western South Dakota are both in the Mountain time zone, so they would also be the same time, 10:00 pm. Eastern North Dakota at 10:00 pm would be 9:00 pm in western South Dakota. 10:00 pm in western South Dakota would be 11:00 pm in eastern North Dakota.
Departing Texas you would travel north to reach South Dakota.
Travelling from Texas you would travel north to reach North Dakota.