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I've never replaced mine so Im not sure how to do it but if you open your door there's a round black cover near the door panel, there's a bolt in there, then if you look under the mirror itself there's a screw which should be for the glass. Hope this helps.
I see the bolt that you mentioned. It looks like it connects to the mirror housing, but the service manual mentions that you need to remove the inside door panel. ????
 

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Thanks for the help and links guys.
I am trying to remove the front door finisher as it instructs me in GW-65 step 1:
http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM//versa/2007/hatch/GW.pdf

So I referred to the EI-29 as it tells me to:
http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM//versa/2007/hatch/EI.pdf

I have opened the door and window, and disconnected the negative battery cable. However, I don't quite understand how to disconnect the harness connectors (step 5) of EI-29. I don't think I can just pull the connectors. EI-28 (step 5) may be better for me to follow actually, as I am working on the front driver door. Does anyone know how to disconnect those connectors?

I will keep you guys updated as I go, thanks for the help and if anyone would like to offer any advice that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Now on step 7 but I cannot understand the diagram. Hood is also not closing.

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http://www.nissanversaforums.com/how-tos/1528-how-take-your-doors-off-add-lights-speakers.html
Suggests I pop off the door panel by pulling but I cannot seem to get it to pop up and off the door.

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Door panel now off. But I cannot figure out how to "Disconnect the harness connector of door mirror."
Page PG68 and see if you can find your connector.

On page PG55 it shows a BR8 connector for the mirror ... But I can't see what a BR8 connector looks like. See if you can find it on page PG68

http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM//versa/2007/hatch/PG.pdf
 
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