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Spray using the nozzle extension into the left upper corner.
You are trying to get the lubricant into the vertical tube at the back of the mirror casing that the wires come up through.
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In these photos the mirror cover and glass are removed.
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You are aiming at the end of my index finger, ideally by catching the end of the extension tube of the spray under the lip of the body of the mirror that can be seen above my finger tip.
 

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You are trying to get the lubricant into the vertical tube at the back of the mirror casing that the wires come up through.
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In these photos the mirror cover and glass are removed.
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You are aiming at the end of my index finger, ideally by catching the end of the extension tube of the spray under the lip of the body of the mirror that can be seen above my finger tip.
Beautifully demonstrated DK!
 

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Yeah, I'm on my third set of mirrors (all replaced under warranty).

Now that the warranty is out I've just decided I don't care! Eventually I'll get around to spraying some lube down there...
 

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I just spent 1/2 hour spraying all sorts of lube into the mirror gap , The mirrors now make more noise that before

DOH !!
 

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You are trying to get the lubricant into the vertical tube at the back of the mirror casing that the wires come up through.
View attachment 132916

In these photos the mirror cover and glass are removed.
View attachment 132917

You are aiming at the end of my index finger, ideally by catching the end of the extension tube of the spray under the lip of the body of the mirror that can be seen above my finger tip.
Is it difficult getting the mirror cars off ? not keen on breaking it
 
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