Rearview Mirror AttachmentRemounting rear vision
The adhesive that holds rearview mirrors to windshield glass can lose its gripping power over time-especially if the mirror gets bumped. Aside from the obvious safety compromises, driving without a rearview mirror can encourage the men in blue to turn on their cherries for a closer look-see. Fortunately, you can re-glue the mirror to the windshield by spending a couple bucks and a half-hour or less.
A trip to the auto parts store can net most everything you need to do the job. A few common household items are also required. Here's a parts list:
> Rearview mirror adhesive
> Wrench/driver for disassembling mirror mount (possibly Torx or Allen)
> Razor blade
> Rubbing alcohol
> Crayon or grease pencil
> Paper towel
The Steps here show how easy the job is. Because we already had the ancillary products necessary for the job, total cost was approximately $2.00 for the mirror adhesive. Now we're safer and legal once again.
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