Question about 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck
Do they work from one knob where you just slide a switch to change which side you want to move or is it separate knobs?If they are connected with one knob and you just slide the switch to move the other side(that's the most common type of design),I would say it is either of those 2 items.If you would like a little help if this is the case,feel free to write back if you need some help determining which one it is.More likely the slide switch but if it's man-made,you just never know.The fuse for that system likely controls other things also because that is not a real high energy motor/circuit,so if your mirrors are the only thing affected I would say it's not the fuse.If they are separate knobs I would look at the fuse but I really don't think that's it.Good luck!
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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