Question about 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid Base 4dr SUV 6.0L V8 Hybrid 4-speed Automatic
Should have a screw that goes into the metal piece on the windshield, after screw is loosened enough or completely removed the slide the mirror bracket up the windshield towards the roof.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes. Look in the Fuse Panel inside the Truck. Use a Good Maglight or LED Flashlight and Hold it Behind the Fuses to see the Blown Ones. It is usually in an AUX Outlet. Also check thr Fuse Relay Box under the Hood for a Blown Fuse using the Same Method. See if there is a Relay for this also. If so, Replace it. Let me know if you need any more Help! Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get!
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
The plastic cover at the windshield end of the mirror slides off toward the roof. You may have to play with it but it does come off. Once it's off, take a small screwdriver, like a sewing machine screwdriver, and put it in the slot on the bottom of the mounting plate and compress the hidden catch. Push toward the windshield and the mounting plate will come off. It will probably take some patience and some time but this is how GM says to take it apart. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
The replacement of outside rearview mirrors is straight-forward and can be done in an hour or so. If you need new power mirrors, first shop with local body parts suppliers in your area. The after-market mirrors are nearly identical and can be purchased for about $20-$30 per side. Remove the plastic triangular cover over the inside of the mirror by lifting up at base and then release clip at the top which is an upward motion off of a slot in the rear of the triangle. Then pull out the foam insulation carefully. The 3 nuts are 10mm and a long scket works best. For the one at the very front, you will have to use an open end wrench to loosen the nut. There is not much room for a socket. Be carefull to not drop the nuts down the inside of the door, because you don't want to remove the door panel and then the inner metal panel to get them out. If you lose them, buy new ones or replace with proper treaded ones in your garage. After the three nuts are off you need to disconect the wiring. Stop here and make sure you have enough slack in the wiring to be able to hold the female end securely, while you refit your new mirror. I took a piece of wire an dwrapped it around the female end to keep it within reach to re-attach the wiring after the nuts are tightened. Then just replace your foam insulation, and install the triangular cover and you're all set.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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