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First ,check positive/negative battery cable terminals at the battery for corrosion, make sure cable connection is tight and clean. Check positive connection at starter for loose or corrsion. Negative bolts to front of engine on right side, make sure its tight, no damage, no corrsion. Electrical senter located on left fender. Use a circuit test light clipped to neagtive and probe for 12v on the buss-bar located center of fuse panel ( large red wire on back feeds this connection. I suspect your loosing circuit at starter, but thats just my first thought if you've already have eleminated the battery posts.
If the mirror housing is loose and nothing has hit it and broken the mounting to the door frame, yes. If it is the glass part that is loose and it is a electric or manual mirror, something has damaged it behind the glass replacing it will fix problem.
i just replaced the passenger side on mine and this is what i did.
1. on the back side of the mirror housing is a half moon shaped plastic piece. gently remove that from the housing, exposing a portion of the back side of the mirror.
2. disconnect the two wires (remember rt and lf). carefully, with a pry tool, apply pressure on the center of the back side of the mirror, it will pop loose.
3. once the mirror is off there should be a round plastic piece attached to the back side of the mirror. on the passenger side there is a tab in the upper left side. lift up on the tab and slide the plastic piece down...it should slide off.
4. once you have the plastic piece off it goes on the back of the new mirror in the opposite way. you line up the four cross tabs and slide the mirror up until the tab grabs it.
5. put the mirror back in the housing by lining the circle (on back side center of mirror plate) with the center of the mirror housing. genlty apply pressure on the center of the mirror (i had to hit it firmly with the palm of my hand) unitl it snaps into place.
6. once it snaps into place you can reconnect the two wires to the back of the mirror and install the back side plastic housing......DONE
You can try the Salvage Yard, Most of the time they are damaged. But if you just need the parts for the mirror, there is a good chance you'll find the covers your looking for around $5.00. If you can not find on, just ask the person to log you on the lookout for the part. When a truck like yours os another GM truck comes in with the same mirrors you have, they can inform you and you'll just have to go and pick it up or pull it off the truck in the yard. Good luck and hope this helps.
jack up and add another support remove all but 1 lug the remaining lug nut loosen about 3/4 spray around center hub and around each lug nut with a lubricant wait 5 min get a piece of wood and a hammer or a big rubber mallet and start hitting around the back of the tire the wood and hammer ,the wood is to protect the rim hit the wood with hammer not directly on the tire could bend lip of rim should break loose from hub