aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,
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aefenglommung

Parts is parts

Today was my first day out and about, doing work. I decided on one swing through the boonies: go to the vet, see this guy who's dying out in Farmers Retreat, swing by Wilderstead, and back home.

While approaching the home of the guy I'm visiting, I stop in the middle of the narrow country road to check the address. Confident that I'm where I need to be, I start easing my way forward -- and promptly smack a mailbox, knocking my passenger side mirror off. Oh, joy.

Well, I think I've located what I need at a local salvage yard. $25 for me to take it off and away. The problem is, I haven't figured out how the silly thing is attached yet, and I don't want to get over there and be stymied. Can anyone tell me what I have to do to take the passenger side mirror off a '97 Plymouth Breeze?
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