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How to Replace Mirror 95-05 Chevy Blazer S10

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  1. step : Removing the Door Panel (0:41)
    • Remove the Phillips head screw inside the door panel
    • Pull off the door handle bezel
    • Remove the two 7mm bolts from the door pull
    • Pull up the window switch panel
    • Disconnect the window switch wiring harnesses
    • Pry the door panel off by hand
  2. step : Removing the Side Mirror (1:51)
    • Disconnect the mirror wiring harness
    • Pull off the rubber caps from the mirror mounting
    • Use a magnet to keep from marking the magnets
    • Remove the three 10mm nuts from the mirror mounting
    • If the nuts fall into the door, pull back the water shield and raise the window to retrieve them
    • Pull the mirror off of the door, threading the wiring through
  3. step : Installing the New Mirror (3:02)
    • Put the new mirror into place
    • Fasten the 10mm nuts onto the mirror base
    • Connect the mirror wiring harness
  4. step : Reinstalling the Door Panel (3:23)
    • Pull the window switch harness through its cavity
    • Push the door panel into place
    • Push the door panel clips in
    • Reconnect the window switch wiring harness
    • Push the window switch panel into place, starting at the back
    • Put the door handle bezel into place
    • Insert the two 7mm bolts into the door pull
    • Insert the Phillips screw into the door handle bezel

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Hi, I'mMike from 1A Auto. I hope this how-to video helps you out, and next time you need parts for your vehicle, think of Thanks.

In this video we're going to show you how to replace the side mirrors on this 2003 Chevy Blazer S10; we show you specifically how to install tow mirrors, but it's pretty much the same process for any other side mirror you'd want to install on this vehicle, and the tools you'll need are a new side mirror from, a 7mm and 10mm socket and ratchet, a flat blade screwdriver, and a Phillips screwdriver. You want to start off by removing this Phillips screw right here, as well as these two 7mm bolts down here. We'll just fast forward as Don removes that Phillips screw and pulls out that door handle bezel and then removes those two 7mm bolts. Pull up your switch panel and then use a flat blade screwdriver to pry back the little clip, and you just pull the harness right out, and you do the same thing for the bigger harness. Now you want to pull out on the door panel to release the clips behind it. You can look back in there and find where they are. You want to pull out near them so you don't break them. Once those clips have all been released, the door panel will just lift up and off.

Using the flat blade screwdriver just pry up on the clip on the harness and pull that free. Behind the mirror, you'll see these three rubber caps; you just pull each of those out. Behind those rubber caps, you'll see these three 10mm nuts. You just want to go ahead and remove those, and we'll fast forward as Don does this. You'll see that as Don loosens them up, he uses a magnet to try to get the nuts out of there without dropping them down into the door. If they do fall into the door though, they're not that difficult to get out, as we'll show you. If you should lose one of the nuts down in the door, just pull up on the water shield . you'll need to have your window up -- then you can reach right in there and grab it. Once those nuts are removed, the mirror will just pull right off your door.

We're going to install actually a prototype tow mirror here, and obviously your new mirror you just put it back in place and start the 10mm nuts on, and we'll fast forward as he does this. Obviously, you would also reconnect your power or power and heat harness.

Now, to reinstall your door panel, you just want to run your harness back through it, push it down into the window sill, and then push in those clips around the door. Reconnect your switch panel, and then you want to push that down into place, putting the back end in first and then pushing down the front. Now, you can put your door handle bezel back into place. Now, you want to just put your 7mm bolt into the socket and feed it up into the door pull handle, and you're going to want to do this with both of them. We'll just fast forward as Mike replaces those two bolts and that Phillips screw.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    General Tools

  • Telescope magnet

  • Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet
  • Socket Extensions

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Flat Blade Screwdriver
  • Phillips Head Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 10mm Socket
  • 7mm Socket

1999 - 2004  Chevrolet  S10 Pickup
1998 - 2004  GMC  S-15 Sonoma
1999 - 2001  Oldsmobile  Bravada
1999 - 2000  GMC  Envoy
1999 - 2005  Chevrolet  Blazer
1999 - 2001  GMC  Jimmy

1998-05 S10 Blazer PU Power Mirror RH

Chevrolet GMC Olds Passenger Side Mirror TRQ

This part replaces:

  • Partslink GM1321253
  • OE # 15105940
  • TRQ MRA05056

Part Details

  • Mirror Operation: Power
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