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Changing the mirror assembly in a 2017 Model S

Hi - someone clipped and broke my right hand (passenger) side mirror.

The wiring and chrome base etc are all fine and the assembly still rotates but it has to be changed with a working mirror assembly. Anyone know how to do it and can provide guidance?

Also will 2015/ 2016 Model S mirrors work or are the 2017 mirrors different?
 

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So sorry to see this. It is truly heartbreaking to return to your car to see something like this. How much would Tesla charge to do it? I also see that you got side swiped a bit...I notice the paint scrapes by your passenger door in the second pic. Can you use your insurance to claim a hit and run?
 

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