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Old 11-08-2012, 10:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Electric mirrors are on hiatus

My mirrors no longer function as far as the electric movement goes. Any idea which fuse handles that?
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My mirrors no longer function as far as the electric movement goes. Any idea which fuse handles that?
Could be the plug came loose in the door, too, but I would check the fuses before tearing into the door.
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Like Blue Streak said, check fuses first.

Then remove door panel and check switch on panel. Then check connector on panel going to door. Check for broken wires.

Connector inside behind kick panel on drivers side. Remove kick panel and check that connector also.

From there it is inside that you will have to look.

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Let me know if you need help, I have had the door panels off a couple of times............
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Yes the blinkers work but the mirrors don't move. =(
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Muth Mirrors are wired to the directionals, small yellow, drivers side, small brown passengers side, that also drives the motors.

NEW wire is installed with the mirrors, connected in the mirror housing. If blinker's/Muth arrows work than it is not there.

It would be unusual, I would think, for both driver mirror motors to go. So, it takes me to the switch on the drivers door which drives the motors and has nothing to do with the LED signals.

These adjustment switches are used rarely and are subject to corrosion. Rain/water comes in at the window and any time you wash your R.

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Thanks Dictator. I will check into it that.
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