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Remote mirrors not working - 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche

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  • Roger Erickson
    Roger Erickson Apr 16, 2014

    I checked the fuses and pulled the 25 amp breaker. Didn't see anything obvious

  • Roger Erickson
    Roger Erickson Apr 16, 2014

    But the mirrors are woring again. ???

  • Roger Erickson
    Roger Erickson Apr 16, 2014

    Meant working

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Start by checking the 15A DDM and 10A PDM fuses in the left I/P fuse block. If the fuses are OK, the 25A LT DOORS circuit breaker in that fuse block and/or the 25A RT DOOR circuit breaker in the I/P relay block may have failed.

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

  • Apollo Morelos Apr 16, 2014

    and if that don't work, might be the switch itself is the issue.

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