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Power mirror assembly 1994 camry

Toyota Ed,
I promise this is my last question. Is it possible to just use the existing power cable to connect to the new assembly rather than removing the door panel?
Regards RonK

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You can ask as many questions as you want, Sir. That is what we are here for! No problem!

To answer your question, the connector for the mirror is behind the door panel, and it is difficult to unplug thru the side of the panel. I have already tried that years ago...
You could, if you want to, cut, splice and solder the wires, assuming that they are all of the same color, on both mirrors.

If you want, I can e-mail you a .pdf for the door panel removal procedure, FixYa is not set up to display .pdfs yet. Please advise.

The graciousness of FixYa ratings for this and the previous question would be greatly appreciated!

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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