Question about 1983 Toyota Celica Supra
Both or the rear view mirrors on our 1983 Celica GT-S are causing us to look at the ground when we are in the car. The power switch seems to be working as it should but the mirrors just don't adjust. I have the drivers side mirror out of the car but I see no way to access the inner workings. Are these repairable or do then just get replaced?
It's usually a mechanical problem and they really aren't repairable.
I replaced the ones on my 83 Celica GT with replacement units that I bought on-line from Redneck Auto Parts for about $60 each.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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