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Toyota Sequoia Side Mirrors Motor Keeps running. Is there a fuse that can be removed?

My Sequoia side mirror motor keeps running? I just want to remove the fuse but the fuse box does not have a label for side mirrors. Is there a specific fuse to remove so I can just move the mirrrow manually?

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