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2005 yukon side mirror controls do not respond. Blinker lights in the mirrors still work. ideas?

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  1. check to see if there is a fuse for the mirrors and replace if bad.
  2. check mirror control switch to make sure its working, also check contacts and make sure there clean, u can use a volt meter to see if there is power going to and from the switch, but if both mirrors are not working the rule of thumb is it must be something that would effect both and not just one mirror such as bad fuse bad switch or a break in the power line goting to the switch.
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