North American Turbocoupe Organization

Replacing mirror glass
KentCT88TC Offline
Senior Member
Here is one I couldn't find in the database:
My rearview mirror glass looks spotted and awful. I want to make it look like new. Is there any way I can replace just the mirror glass, and not the entire assembly? I have the autodim feature, etc... If so, where can I find the glass? Also, are there directions about how to do it? -Kent
-'88 Turbo Coupe, K&N, Gillis valve @18 lbs., 2.5 " exhaust.
-2000 Mustang GT 373 gears, Diablo computer chip, cold air intake, Typhoon intake manifold.
-2001 Jeep SE 2.5, AEM cold air intake, Gates headers & exhaust, throttle body spacer, Jet Stage 2 chip

firstsvo Offline
Senior Member
I wouldn't bother. Put an add in the "parts wanted". There are probably tons of them out there cheap. The auto dim is held in by 1 screw, If remember corectly.
White '88 auto mostly stock, Black '88 5 speed nowhere near stock

Gary S Offline
If you want to go to a new rear view mirror, I understand that there are two models available from the glass shops. I am about to explore that avenue shortly since I am replacing mine in March so maybe I can come up with some numbers.
NATO Member
1987 Turbocoupe
168,000 Miles
5 Speed
Black w/Raven Interior

qtf545 Offline
I own glass shop and I just look online for a replacement. The mirror is a two-way mirror and usually pressed into its place. Good luck replacing it.

1988T-bird Turbo Coupe Medium Red/Porno Red 190K non daily driver,but a work in progress.
1993 GMC Typhoon
2005 Mercedes S55 Sold
2002 GMC Safari Sold
2007 Harley Davidson FXSTB Night Train. Finally got another one. Sold
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