Force4145

Wing Mirror Surround Damage

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While driving the other day, an idiot coming in the other direction decided to overtake and veered into my path. I pulled to the left to avoid a collision, but he clipped my wing mirror and took a chunk out of the black surround. Luckily the rest of the mirror was ok.

Does anyone know if I can replace the surround without taking off the inner door panel and removing the whole mirror assembly? Cheers.

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1 hour ago, Force4145 said:

While driving the other day, an idiot coming in the other direction decided to overtake and veered into my path. I pulled to the left to avoid a collision, but he clipped my wing mirror and took a chunk out of the black surround. Luckily the rest of the mirror was ok.

Does anyone know if I can replace the surround without taking off the inner door panel and removing the whole mirror assembly? Cheers.

i had same thing on a vectra you have to get the complete mirror on that just removed the glass and used donor to replce 

im breaking an s type 2006 2.5  if you want anything ...    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/253933417660

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Hi Paul,

Mine is a 2006 2.7 diesel with electric wing mirrors. Would yours be suitable? Cheers, Nick

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Hi Ron,

Never thought of that. I'll have a look and see if it might work. Thanks.

I did find out that the full mirror surround requires that the door card be removed and the whole wing mirror unit be taken off.

Nick

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