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Wing Mirror Glass

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Replacement Door / Wing Mirror Glass

What You Need To Know When Buying Replacement Wing Mirror Glass

If your wing mirror glass or door mirror glass is damaged, it can easily be replaced. All of our products are O.E standard meaning they are direct replacements of the original equipment that came fitted to the car.

Our replacement wing mirror glass can be easily fitted if the outer casing or mirror cover is intact. Vauxhall Corsa Wing Mirror Glass and Vauxhall Astra wing mirror glass remain two of our most popular but, we have one of the largest ranges in the UK to choose from, including vans and premium marque cars

The replacement wing mirror glass will come with a backing plate which should clip easily into the existing mirror unit. However if the wing mirror is badly damaged with nowhere to clip the glass, we would recommend buying a full mirror unit - please see our wing mirror guide.

To begin with consider the following questions to determine what product will be suited…

Which side has missing/damaged mirror glass?

Drivers: Which will be the right hand side in the car facing forwards. May also be called off side or O/S.
Passengers: Which will be the left hand side in the car facing forward. May also be called near side or N/S.

What type of wing mirror/door mirror unit do I have?

The main types include electric, cable or manual.

Electric mirrors can be adjusted from inside the vehicle by switches or buttons.
Cable mirrors can be controlled through a toggle on the inside of your vehicle.
Manual mirrors will usually be controlled by hand from outside the vehicle.

Is my wing mirror heated or non-heated?

Heated Wing Mirror Glass

Heated wing mirror glass: A common feature in electric wing mirror units. A good way to indicate whether your glass is heated is to assess whether there are wires attached to the mirror glass. (normally there will be 2 wires). The wing mirror glass will usually be heated when you heat the rear windscreen in the vehicle.

NoneHeated Wing Mirror Glass

Non-heated wing mirror glass: This glass will not have any wire attachments or be heated in any way. This may be common for cable controlled or manual controlled wing mirrors. Above shows an example of a non-heated mirror backing plate. The above pictures shows backing plates of manual non-heated glass.

What type of wing mirror glass do I have?

Aspherical: this glass will have a line down the far edge to assist with your blind spot when driving.
Flat: none curved standard glass.
Convex: glass has a curve.

I have a vehicle with more than one plate of glass, what are the different parts?

Some Vehicles, for example some Ford Transits have 2 pieces of glass. There is the upper glass which is for the top section and the lower glass for the bottom section. The bottom may have lower dead angle glass.

What colour wing mirror glass does my vehicle have?

Some glass may have a blue tint. Assess your existing glass to see whether you require chrome rather than blue.

Wing Mirror Glass Terms Buying Guide

Here is an explanation of the terms used to help you choose the right wing mirror glass for your vehicle

Aspherical aspherical glass has a line down the mirror for your blind spot
Flat none curved mirror glass
Convex curved mirror glass
Heated Glass This normally has 2 wires attached to the wing mirror glass that heats up the glass these are normally heated when turning on your rear view heated button in your car for the rear glass on your vehicle
Non Heated Glass This has no wire attachments on and is not heated
Drivers Side The Right Hand Side when sat in the car facing forwards
Passenger Side The left hand side when sat in the car facing forward
Chrome The glass is chrome coloured
Blue Tinted The glass is blue tinted
Upper Glass Top section of the mirror examples transit mirror glass has two pieces
Lower Glass Bottom section of the mirror example transit mirror glass has two pieces
Lower Dead Angle Bottom section of the mirror example transit mirror glass has two pieces
O.E Original Equipment, direct replacement for the part that origionally came fitted to the car
Auto Dimming Wing Mirror Glass Dims when bright light is on the mirror saving you getting dazzled
Non Auto Dimming Wing Mirror Glass does not dim when a bright light is on the mirror glass
Automatic Anti-Dazzle Mirror Glass Dims when bright light is on the mirror saving you getting dazzled
Power Folding Mirror folds in when you lock your car up
Non Power Folding Mirror does not fold in when you lock your car you might be able to push these in manually
Cable Cable operated mirror adjusted with a toggle from inside your vehicle
Electric Electric operated mirror adjusted using switches inside your vehicle
Manual Normally adjusted by your hand on the outside of your vehicle
Blind Spot Indicator a symbol on the mirror illuminates when there is an obstacle on the blind stop
O/S Off Side = Drivers Side Right Hand Side
N/S Near Side = Passenger Side Left Hand Side

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I change my wing mirror glass?
This is a very easy process. Simply prize the damaged lens firmly away from the mirror housing with an instrument such as a screw driver, and the new lens should clip straight into place.

Wing Mirror Glass legalities

In accordance with regulation 33 of the Road Vehicles Regulations 1986, car vehicles of 8 seats or less excluding the driver and dual purpose vehicles weighing less than 2040kg have different rules depending on the year of the vehicle. Vehicles before 2010 must have the driver side and either the passenger or an internal mirror. As of 2010 it is now a legal requirement to have both driver and passenger, as well as the internal mirror. The internal mirror is only not required by law if it does not give a sufficient view to the rear of the car.