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Side view mirrors alignment

My side view mirrors on my 2003 Navigator will not stop when they reach the proper position, is there a way to adjust the mirrors?

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There is a malfunction on the mirror internal limit switches. You need FORD technicians to resolve your inquiry.

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Alot of times the mirrors r tied in with the memory seats, try resetting ur memory seats with the mirrors where u want them...

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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My side rear view mirrors stop work


That's the beauty of electronics. Eventually they go bad. Of course I am kidding when I say that's the beauty of it but anyway. Both problems that your are having could be cause by several things whether is be electrical or hardware based. Your side mirror adjustment could've stopped working due to the switch going out, the motor going bad, or maybe a wire shorting out or possibly even a fuse blowing (although I doubt it's the fuse because several other things would likely also stop working). The rear view mirror problem could also be cause be such electrical problems although I would probably bet that the LEDs just finally burned out and in that case you would have to buy a new rear view mirror. Diagnosing such problems over the internet is nearly impossible and your best bet is to take it to a good mechanic

Mar 15, 2013 | 2003 Ford Escape

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Side mirros not working correctly on 2003 navigator


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Dec 14, 2012 | 2003 Lincoln Navigator

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Driver side mirror replacement


Instructions1.
    • 1
Remove thedoor panel. Refer to your Honda Accord repair manual for theinstructions in removing the door panel. Unhook the rods and connectors on theinside of the door panel and set it on the floor.
    • 2
Remove thefilm covering the access to the side mirror. It's difficult to avoid damaging thefilm while removing it so you will need to purchase a new piece of filmcovering when you buy a new side view mirror.
    • 3
Reachthrough the service hole into the mirror housing with a screwdriver. Loosen thescrew that holds the mirror. Twist the screw out with your hand.
    • 4
Reacharound the door and support the mirror with your other hand. Continue to twistthe screw out, then catch the mirror as it drops out when you remove the screwcompletely. Put the screw in a safe place so you don't lose it.
    • 5
Installthe new side view mirror by positioning it where the old mirror was. Insert thescrew you took out in Step 4 and twist it in with your hand. Insert ascrewdriver into the service hole to tighten the screw.
    • 6
Replacethe film covering that was damaged when you took out the old mirror. Push itinto place in the indentation on the door.
    • 7
Sit in thecar seat and adjust the mirror so you can use it properly.

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2003 Navigator: remove driver-side Power Mirror


no need to remove the door.. just open the screws of the inside concole , opening handle and lever .. take out the console and u will see the screws to open the mirror.

Jul 29, 2010 | 2003 Ford Expedition

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How to remove mirror glass 2008 ford f350


here's 2003, don't have 2008

Removal
NOTE: Left-hand dual arm mirror with heat shown, non-heated and aero mirrors similar.
All exterior mirrors
  1. Position the exterior mirror glass in the full down position.
  1. Grasp the top and carefully pull the exterior mirror glass away from the mirror housing.
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  1. Disconnect the electrical terminals (if equipped) and remove the exterior mirror glass.
Power exterior mirrors
  1. Remove the jack pins from the exterior mirror glass backing plate.
    • Use pliers to grasp the jack pins at the base to remove.
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Installation
Power exterior mirrors
  1. Remove the sealing boots from the exterior mirror motor.
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  1. Install the jack pins in the sealing boots.
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  1. Install the jack pins and sealing boots.
    1. Hold the legs of the jack pins and push the jack pins back into the exterior mirror housing.
    1. Install the sealing boots so the boot shoulder is under the mirror collar and turn each jack pin until the head of the jack pin is aligned with the slots in the sockets on the backing glass plate.
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All exterior mirrors
  1. Place the new exterior mirror glass assembly down on a smooth firm surface.
  1. Align the friction pins vertically to the exterior mirror glass backing plate socket and push down to snap the pivot ball into the socket.
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  1. s3o~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Do not over heat the exterior mirror glass backing plate. Heat only until backing plate is warm to the touch.
    Using the special tool, warm the main pivot sockets in exterior mirror glass backing plate.
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  1. Loosely install the glass.
    1. Connect the electrical wiring to the electrical terminals (if equipped).
    1. Position the friction pins in the mirror housing.
    1. Align the jack pin locating tabs to match with the mirror glass back.
  1. Using a flat hand, press on the center of the mirror glass until seated on the center pivot of the mirror housing.
    • Press the mirror glass toward one of the jack pins until snapped in place.
    • Repeat for second jack pin.
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Power exterior mirrors
NOTE: If the jack pins do not engage, they may not be aligned correctly. Remove the exterior mirror glass, align the jack pins to the slots in the sockets and repeat the installation procedure.
  1. NOTE: The jack pin should click while manually adjusting the exterior mirror glass.
    Tilt the exterior mirror glass to the full outboard position and then press on the outer side of the class until the in/out jack pin snaps into the socket on the exterior mirror backing plate.
  1. NOTE: The jack pin should click while manually adjusting the exterior mirror glass.
    Tilt the exterior mirror glass to the full down position and then press on the outer side of the class until the up/down jack pin snaps into the socket on the exterior mirror backing plate.

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Side Mirrors will adjust side to side but not up and down.


There are two tiny motors in each mirror. one for up/down. One for side to side. They have jack screws (plastic) that fit into the motors.

You can manually put your hands on either side of the mirror and force adjust it. If you hear a ratcheting sound, the jack screws are OK. Then repeat with hands on top and bottom.

If you hear ratcheting and mirror stays where you stop it, that means one of the motors is bad. The motor assembly is available as a separate part.

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Mirror Motor—Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis
Removal and Installation
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable. Refer to Section 14-01 .
  1. Remove outside Rear View Mirror Glass as outlined.
  1. Remove Outside Rear View Mirror as outlined.
  1. Remove two screws from outside rear view mirror motor.
  1. Remove outside rear view mirror housing from outside rear view mirror base.
  1. Disconnect connector and remove outside rear view mirror motor from mirror housing.
  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure.
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Might be cheaper to buy used irror at car-part.com. Look for * to find page with cheapest part. Or, EBay. Good luck

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