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Re: Electric mirrors stopped working and the fuse and...
Check behind the mirror glass there are little plastic rods that are easily broken when mirror gets hit or moved manually. mirror should pop out when pulled carefully by one of corners. be careful not to put to much pressure on the glass when pulling outward
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1st im sure the alarm stopped working because the power locks dont work (feedback issue) next on some models water from rain or car washes gets down inisde doors and shorts out electric devices in door , with that many things out im sure your gonna find a fuse blown in your panel , but i'll further bet that new fuse will go again next rain as well .
First, make sure you do not have the mirror control switch in the "neutral" position. If it is, neither mirror will work. If the switch is in the correct position to operate each mirror and neither of them work, the next thing I would check would be the MIRRORS fuse (2 Amp) located in the Body Control Module Fuse Block under the right side of the dash near the blower motor. If the fuse is blown, you probably have one of your mirror circuits shorting to ground. In this case, I would replace the fuse and see if it blows again when I operate each mirror. If one side works and the fuse blows when trying to operate the other side, then you at least know which mirror circuit is shorted and you can diagnose accordingly. If the fuse blows immediately (without operating the switch), or if the fuse is not blown, then you most likely have a defective mirror control switch or a broken wire in the umbilical that goes between the body and the driver's door.
the fuse for the mirrors is in the fuse block inside the car on the left side of the dash-however the mirrors do not fold in with the switch,you fold them in with your hand-usually for storage(car cover)
Try check the fuses. If they are ok, then try checking the switch panel, it might have accumulated some water or liquid that you used which later caused some short circuit or corroded the terminals, Meaning there is no complete circuit for the mirrors.