Question about 1999 Dodge Neon
I don't think that model had an electric mirror so you should be looking for a black knob on the door panel that works like a joy stick. That is probably the only adjustment for that mirror other than moving it manually with your finger right on the mirror itself.
Posted on Jun 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need to remove the triangular panel on the inside of the door on the opposite side of the broken mirror. Once you remove the panel, you will see the retaining bolts holding the mirror in place. Once you remove the bolts, the mirror can then be pulled out from the outside. Reverse the procedure to reinstall the new mirror.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
no you can buy either heated or non hated mirrors and be ok either way. once you put the new one in place you will need to make sure you hook the controls up so you can control it from the dash
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
very easy take the mirror inside cap off if you can not get to the 3 bolts then you will have to take trim panel off to take trim panel off look for plastic caps take them out and unscrew them then pop out the bottom of the door and pop the sides out then lift up and out should be loose enough for the bolts now/ 10mm bolts 3 Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Watched my dad do it this afternoon. There is an exposed screw on the left side of the door panel and one at the bottom of the panel. There are also two hidden screws, one behind the door handle and one inside the little hole in the armrest (pop off the plastic plugs). There are also three recessed screws behind the speaker cover. You can pop the speaker cover off with a flathead screwdriver. I'm pretty sure thats all of them. You can pop the panel off then, but watch the wires connecting stuff inside. The hardest part is getting it over the door lock. .
Once the panel is loose you have to pop off the black plastic cover hiding the back of the mirror. There are three recessed bolts holding the mirror. My dad had to get a special wrench to get those off and he dropped one inside the door, so be careful (we fastened a magnet to a coat hanger and got it back). Mine had some remote gizmos, so he had to had to unplug the little square thing and then popped off what was left of the old mirror. If your new mirror has a wire with a little box, feed it through the hole and plug it in. Once you have it positioned correctly, you can screw on the bolts and put eveything back together. It helps to have another person there while you are trying to position the mirror correctly. Hope I didn't miss anything. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
chek your local auto parts store you can usually buy the replacement glass with adhesive tabs already on it fairly cheap
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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