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Old 07-08-2012, 10:36 AM
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02 f250 towing mirror repair

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yesterday I noticed my passenger side towing mirror was almost hanging out of the housing. These are the manually extending, dual arm, non heated, no signal lite but power adjustable up down and in out mirrors.
It was the mirror glass with the black plastic backing with 2 straight white plastic studs and 2 white threaded plastic studs that go into the housing.
I pushed it all back into place but later in the day while going down the freeway I noticed it was out of whack and asked the wife to push up on it.
Well I just fell away when she pulled her hand away.
Does anybody know if that part is available anywhere or do I have to buy a whole new mirror?
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