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Remote mirrors don't work

Mirrors won't move

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Could also be your fuse is blown. That is located under the steering wheel. Diagrams are in the owners manual

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it could be a bad switch if they both malfuntion the same way the only thing they have in common is the switch so most likely the switch.bad plug can also cause this.

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yes there is a kit you can get from ford to replace your factory mirrors and the wiring is fairly simple.just ask for the kit the next model above your current truck with the options you are looking for and if the dealership doesn't offer it try going to an aftermarket supplier and ask for the heated power mirror kit and they can usually get a plug and play kit.

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No there is only 1 fuse for the mirrors. It is in the #1 location in the fuse box. 7.5A fuse

Posted on Mar 28, 2010

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