|Item Weight||0.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 6.5 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||37438|
|Manufacturer Part Number||37438|
|OEM Part Number||37438|
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Loctite 37438 Rearview Mirror Adhesive Kit , 0.3 cc
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- Achieves handling strength in seconds; mirror-mounting strength in 15 minutes
- Permanently remounts mirrors to windshields
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Approved and used by GM, Ford and Chrysler. Permanently remounts mirrors to windshields. Achieves handling strength in seconds; mirror-mounting strength in 15 minutes. Available in single and multi-application size packaging. Typical applications include mounting rearview mirrors to windshields.
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Here's what I did to replace my rear view mirror:
1. Trace the orientation of the metal button on the outside of your windshield with crayon or washable marker.
2. Remove any old glue residue from the windshield and metal button (from your rear view mirror) with a thin razor blade. Anything thin and flat will do.
3. Use sandpaper on the metal button to help the glue adhere to it. Sanding a quick cross-hatch pattern on the button should be enough.
4. Put latex gloves on.
5. Wipe the button and the area on the windshield with isopropyl alcohol to remove anything left over. Don't touch the windshield or metal button with your bare hands at this point (your skin's oil can interfere with the glue, hence the gloves).
6. Wait a few minutes for the alcohol to dry.
7. Open the adhesive kit and break the included glass vile. Apply the contents within the glass vile to the area on the windshield and on the rear view mirror's metal button.
8. Wait a few minutes for it to dry.
9. Open up the glue. ONLY apply to the rear view mirror's button (about a third of a dime's size). QUICKLY attach the button to the mirror. If you wait, the glue may not stick. This step is important. I waited with the Permatex 81844 Professional Strength Rearview Mirror Adhesive because I thought letting it get tacky would be better (like with most glues), but it doesn't work with this glue. Just attach the button to the mirror as fast as you can and hold it there for a minute. PLACE IT IN THE CORRECT ORIENTATION. It'll be a nightmare if you get it wrong.
10. Wait at least 15 minutes if you are in a rush to get the mirror up. I waited 24 hours before I attached my mirror.
Voila! That's how I did it. The Permatex adhesive probably would have worked if I didn't wait for it to get tacky. Also, wait for a hot day so your windshield is warm. I think this helps with the bonding (not 100% sure). A little heat from a heat gun will help too if this is true. I think my car will break down before the mirror falls off again.