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Now with a 11mm socket remove the four bolts holding on the mirror. Just remove the two rubber plugs towards the front of the truck. The middle one stays there.
For the last 2 nuts you have to peel back the grey sticky stuff to see them.
Before you remove the mirror it's a good idea to have someone holding it on the other side. Now you can unplug the mirror plug which is behind the grey sticky stuff. It may take a little force to remove the old mirror due to the seal being there for a while.
Now the new plug will not fit the old plug inside the door. So I went and cut the plug end off the old mirror and spliced it into the new mirror.
Before you install the new mirror you will have to cut a little plastic tab off. I used a Dremel tool and it came off very easily.
There is one too many wires on old plug and two yellow ones. So I found the one that works and went from there.
Now after everything is spliced together just reverse the steps and its all done. Took me about a hour just going at a slow pace.
I love these new mirrors. They look great and much more functional.
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