Mike Duvall: thanks brother. dealership wanted $115, thanks to you and a mishap at autozone I did it for free.
Oskar von Reuenthal: so frustrating, I have an 06 civic coupe and I can't get the mirror (just the glass) on. none if the videos on YouTube look like mine, very strange. I watched the 96-01, 01-05, and 06+ ones but I think the trims are different or maybe its because those are all sedans... my mirror has no real clips, clasps, or hooks, so I have no idea how it's gonna latch on the the plate that moves when youre adjusting the mirror.
DUGIE FRESH: damn bro I gotta be honest, you started off kinda goofy, but your knowledge and expertise is legit. thanks. my wife knocked my daughters civic mirror loose and this worked to remove the damaged mirror. might want to add this also works on a 2002 model😉
Toby Legg: Great instructional video on how to do this. I was able to replace my manual mirror in about 10 minutes thanks to your short film. I truly appreciate it. :-)
Vash Stepler: Hi, can I remove the glass mirror of a 1995 Accord the way you remove the glass mirror in this video? Been looking for a video on how to do it for 95 Honda, can't find one.
Al Blazek: this helps thanks
giulio masini: Great video! Well done and very comprehensive.
thegrechinator: Are you able to post a video on how to remove/attach just the glass piece on a 98-02 accord heated mirror? I cannot seem to get it to snap back into the housing securely. Thanks!
danwat1234: Doh! In the video you forgot to show how to remove the stick to adjust the mirror! I can't get the black plastic cover off, how do I get the stick out of the way so the bottom of the cover will slide out from inside the door so it'll go out and expose the bolts? EDIT: looks like yours is electric well that explains that. I was able to get mine off with a lot prying. It takes some effort to pull the door cover so the push tab thing for it comes out of the metal so it's loose by the mirror.
But, now I'm having trouble putting it back on tight because there is way too much gap at the window seam.
Bryan Avilez: I'm having problems with my left side view mirror somehow it's loose moves around too much and idk what's going on i got a 95 civic idk if this will help
José Arcadio Morales: I got manual mirror, but this should be useful also for me.
Pheck Phul: Thank you for the video. Need to replace a friend's mirror, and this was perfect!
boyENZOH: Thanks dude you saved me alot of time I popped the old mirror off and popped a new one right on
P Diddy: what a legend! thanks man
iamfcg: Great video. Saw one point that needs mentioning though.....when the mirror assembly is removed from the door, please make sure you don't lay it on the asphalt or any hard surface as you will surely add scratches to the finish. A clean piece of cardboard or carpet will protect it...I always use cardboard (for everything). :)
Mikrazu: Thanks Bro, really helpful!!
Josue F Castillo: just what i needed. thanks
Brian Alfaro: Thanks for all the videos you post up. They are very helpful!!!
Joseph Cusano: Really great video, my friend has the mirror and i saved him 60$ for a shop to replace it
bloodkaiser360: Thank you very much! : )
Hair Do: Thanks for the tip. I do know it's hard to earn money. But it is much better than working minimum wage at mcdonolds. Being an hair stylist does get tips and I end up making decent money. Plus it allows me to be creative sometimes and make customer's dream come to reality.
Side Mirror Remove & Install 96-00 Honda Civic5
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