Both left and right electric mirrors only move a tiny bit and stop. If you switch the L & R mirror switch back and forth between every tiny movement you almost get it where you want. No lights in the car dim.
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Usually there is a switch issue. The switch that allows you to select right, left or nuetral can go bad or get dirty and not allow power distribution. If you feel comfortable doing so, remove the trim and gain access to the switch. Using a test light or the schematics, find out which wire is the voltage supply and ensure it has power with the key in the on position but the motor need not be running. If no, suspect a fuse issue, if yes then suspect a switch issue. You can use a jumper wire to apply power to the mirror feeds (again a schematic would be greatly reccomended) and if the mirrors move, viola! I hope this helps
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)
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
you can order online the mirrors
and have them delievered
did you check the switch for the mirrors sometimes its just a simple fix as replaceing a faulty switch
the switch would go out faster then the conventional mirror would try a replacement switch