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    Lightbulb Amarok wing mirror

    I ve smashed off the passenger side wing mirror on my Amarok!! Aaarrrrrgggghhh! ...& need to replace the broken metal ****** that holds it on..... I've got the part but hoped someone out there might be able to give me a few pointers on how best to remove the trims door cards etc etc without damaging weak plastic clips etc
    im pretty handy but it looks like one of those jobs that needs the tricks of the trade?! Please help! Ta Sid

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    You need special trim panel popping equipment and even then the clips shatter and rip out of the panel.
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