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Old 04-03-2014, 10:11 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Heated Mirror Problems

Hey guys,


So it's night time now and I can't really post a pic, but I noticed this morning there was fog and turned my defroster on. The car has the heated mirrors. I got all the way to work and realized my passenger side view was totally fogged (because i hadn;t used it) and my driver side was crystal clear. My caveman self eventually figured out "hey why not touch the mirror and see if its warm". Sure enough the driver side was toasty and the passenger ice cold.

I bought this car used initially and it was fully loaded...found out the lady who owned it before (some spoiled rich milf) clipped the passenger side view mirror off, and replaced it with the cheapy version. I learned this ONLY when i realized a year or so back that the passenger mirror wasnt dimming (you know how the mirror actually says auto dim on it? the driver glass did and the passenger didn't).

Surre enough i got lucky and went to a junkyard and found an OEM dimming, tilting, heated mirror assembly (with the glass that said auto dim). So I hooked it up, and sure enough they all dimmed from then on out.


I took the glass out today and theres three connections, two thin metal connections and one main plug (i can take a pic tomorrow). I switched the two thin metal connections but it still didn't solve the problem.



can anybody shine light onto possibly if there is any bearing on the connection ( i had it on both ends and both didnt work, swapped both). Maybe just a loose connection?? /confused.
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Old 04-04-2014, 05:13 PM   Thread Starter #2
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Default Re: Heated Mirror Problems

Wonder if you have a broken wire or some unconnected plug in there .

Corrosion on connections maybe .
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Wonder if you have a broken wire or some unconnected plug in there .

Corrosion on connections maybe .
I think I broke the connector but is there any way to remedy it? Def no corrosion.

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Default Re: Heated Mirror Problems

If you re able to put on some pic , maybe someone might help you out .

You can change the connector if broken .
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If you re able to put on some pic , maybe someone might help you out .

You can change the connector if broken .
Thanks mane. I will post pictures tomorrow. It's raining tonight.

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No problem .
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Default Re: Heated Mirror Problems

Okay Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size.

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Default Re: Heated Mirror Problems

The red one is the spliced one. Does it matter which wire I connect to each male end on the housing to get the dimming, and heating? It's the mirror assembly with all options.

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Default Re: Heated Mirror Problems

Okay so after all this BS there was a foggy day and I used the defroster, the left one clears up in seconds and the right rakes forever. It works but doesn't get nearly as hot. I don't know is there a fix for this.

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Should test wires in order to know if current goes true .
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Originally Posted by sprocketser View Post
Should test wires in order to know if current goes true .
Yeah bro Idk though it gets warm just not nearly as much as the other and also even if I find out its not drawing proper current how the frig would I fix it

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Ah the car is becoming an old man haha

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Lol , like me ! I fell old today .

Fixed it yet mate ! Might be a broken wire in there .
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Lol , like me ! I fell old today .

Fixed it yet mate ! Might be a broken wire in there .
I have not my good friend. Don't know where to check, I mean the harness is all intact,

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Gee , that sux , you ll have to ncheck if current goes up tp mirrors , some guys with electricals knowledge might be of help . I m not much into electricals .
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Gee , that sux , you ll have to ncheck if current goes up tp mirrors , some guys with electricals knowledge might be of help . I m not much into electricals .
I don't know how to explain it but I have one of those current testers that lights up if it's getting power, and it lit up. Idk if anyone on this site has any recommendations?

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It might be the heating unit in the mirror itself .
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I have the wiring diagram for the mirrors in PDF. It's like reading dog to me, so I don't know what use you might have for it, but I have attached it.
The relevant pages appear to be GW107 through GW109, so I have clipped out the other pages (for size). The whole doc is 4mb.
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I have the wiring diagram for the mirrors in PDF. It's like reading dog to me, so I don't know what use you might have for it, but I have attached it.
The relevant pages appear to be GW107 through GW109, so I have clipped out the other pages (for size). The whole doc is 4mb.
Lmao! Reading dog. Thank you! I will check it out

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Did you get everything working? Just found out I have heated mirrors to. But my right mirror clicks, it just started doing this after I linked the memory to the key fob I mean it did it before just linked to the memory, to seat not key fob. Any suggestions?
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Hey guys,


So it's night time now and I can't really post a pic, but I noticed this morning there was fog and turned my defroster on. The car has the heated mirrors. I got all the way to work and realized my passenger side view was totally fogged (because i hadn;t used it) and my driver side was crystal clear. My caveman self eventually figured out "hey why not touch the mirror and see if its warm". Sure enough the driver side was toasty and the passenger ice cold.

I bought this car used initially and it was fully loaded...found out the lady who owned it before (some spoiled rich milf) clipped the passenger side view mirror off, and replaced it with the cheapy version. I learned this ONLY when i realized a year or so back that the passenger mirror wasnt dimming (you know how the mirror actually says auto dim on it? the driver glass did and the passenger didn't).

Surre enough i got lucky and went to a junkyard and found an OEM dimming, tilting, heated mirror assembly (with the glass that said auto dim). So I hooked it up, and sure enough they all dimmed from then on out.


I took the glass out today and theres three connections, two thin metal connections and one main plug (i can take a pic tomorrow). I switched the two thin metal connections but it still didn't solve the problem.



can anybody shine light onto possibly if there is any bearing on the connection ( i had it on both ends and both didnt work, swapped both). Maybe just a loose connection?? /confused.
MikesMax,

Can the mirror be removed from the assembly while still attached to the car? Is it difficult to remove the mirror from the frame?
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Can the mirror be removed from the assembly while still attached to the car? Is it difficult to remove the mirror from the frame?
Hi F90, yes it can be removed while the assembly is still attached to the car. There are I believe 4 plastic clips that hold it in place; tilt your mirror all the way up and you will see where to put pressure, and carefully pull out. Are you having problems with yours?
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