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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-01-2008, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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Exclamation How to Remove the Rear View Mirror.

What is the safest way to remove the rear view mirror.There is no screw to remove.
I use a Rear View Camera System I built,because of my hight The rear view mirror cuts off my view of the right side of an intersection.
Is there a special technique to remove it.
Rite now it's just turned up so it's out of the way but I need to remove it for a front mounted camera for recording.
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My brother found the best way to do this was to leave the 5 year old in the pickup while running in to get smokes at the store, although the end result was more than clear especially with the hole in the windshield.......GOOD GLUE!

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LMAO....Yeah I got three Girl's and they sure do destroy stuff.I'm sure just as good as Boy's do.
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It was his 5 year old daughter....lol

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There is a little....nib or something that is in the bottom end that must have to be bent out or something.Maybe I should take a picture.
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@%%#^#%^$#&% Battery's.....No it's not a allen screw,looks like a small piece of metal.Must find Battery's.
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Yeah..I found some. here's a picture of the Rear View Bracket.

Had to put something in front of the windshield so it would work.
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Did you try to push something inside the screw
if its metal it may be a clip



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