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Heated mirrors change non heated mirrors for heated one

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You'd have to get the mirrors and run wiring for them into the car. You have to decide how you're going to control them too - whether you use an aftermarket switch to power them or tie them into an existing one (such as the rear defogger) is up to you - it can work either way.

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it will fit but cant plug it in

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SOURCE: Replacing a heated mirror with a non-heated mirror

It's perfectly fine, just find the exact type of mirror ( with out the heated option or with it ) and don't connect the wires that connects directly to the mirror.

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SOURCE: Hi Can I replace a heated mirror with a non

just replace the glass.tape up the wiring for the heated glass.to avoid shorts

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

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