How much is it to replace a side mirror on a car?

Yeah I broke the side mirror on one of our cars, a 2005 Chevy Trailblazer, and understandably my rents are p****d haha. I was just wondering what the cost will be considering I'll be paying for it. Oh and I broke the mirror itself and the plastic cover thing to I did a pretty good job on it lol. Thanks any help is greatly appreciated! The mirror is electric, and you're right I have to wait til tomorrow. You should see how mad my parents are its great haha.

Asked By: Dan C - 2/19/2009
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The labor rate for this mirror is .6 hrs. so if the shop charges $100 per hour, the labor would be $60. Add the price of the mirror and you would probably be looking at between $100 to $150 total. Do not take the car to the dealership as it will be very expensive. Also you should go with a used mirror if you have the... More
Answered By: cars101282 - 2/19/2009
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It really depends cause some have electric, etc. Call a car dealer tomorrow to get a price. (oops, or now depending on your time zone)
Answered By: celebrate - 2/19/2009
Call a salvage yard, i would think you could by the entire mirror assenbly for about $75.00- $85.00. But it depends on what you have on the vehicle for a mirror. remember we can't see what you have so you need to describe it better to us.
Answered By: bajakma - 2/19/2009
Call a junk yard and see if you can buy the mirror your need. Might cost $50-100. It is not hard to replace. You may have to remove interior door panel but might not. The mirror is usually held on with three screws. Unscrew the broken mirror base and attach the new mirror. Reassemble. You can call a Chevrolet dealer to... More
Answered By: Grandpa Don - 2/19/2009
well it's cheaper to buy them on the internet than to buy them in a shop. Depends if you are going to install it yourself. But here are a few links to some web sites that sell side mirror's. But really depends on how much you are willing to spend. Or you could try amazon.
Answered By: sebers1 - 2/19/2009
glad your parents are mad, you are going to be the one mad when you find out how much that mirror and labor to replace it will be, better dig into your savings account to the tune of $300 or better.
Answered By: mister ss - 2/20/2009
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