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post #1 of 8 Old 06-27-2013, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
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Tow mirrors question for 03

I'm want to buy my dad some tow mirrors for his 03 to get rid of his paddle mirrors. His are power now and I dont want to have to wire any thing up, I was looking at both these Ford F250 Truck Mirror - AM Autoparts and these Ford F250 Truck Mirror - AM Autoparts. I don't know what the difference is but one folds 180* and the other only 90*. I want something I can just plug and go, will either one of these work? Thanks
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It appears that they will both work.
Im not familiar with that company but a site vendor/sponsor also sells the mirrors. They are 1aauto.
You could also call them to be 100% sure

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First one is for round plug, second is square plug. Find out what you have first.
I've bought door lock actuators from the, all four, and they seemed OEM and have worked great for 4 yrs or so now.



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Cool I'll have to get him to pull his door panel and look. I've seen a few people from and other site have good luck with them, I've seen them mostly from eBay.
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My 03 had a rectangular plug, I imagine yours being the same but its always safe to check. Its super easy to pull the panel, less than 5mins

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I'm want to buy my dad some tow mirrors for his 03 to get rid of his paddle mirrors. His are power now and I dont want to have to wire any thing up, I was looking at both these Ford F250 Truck Mirror - AM Autoparts and these Ford F250 Truck Mirror - AM Autoparts. I don't know what the difference is but one folds 180* and the other only 90*. I want something I can just plug and go, will either one of these work? Thanks

We carry both the round style tow mirrors that were on the 2003, and we also offer an updated mirror for that truck, which is the square style mirror that will mount right onto your 2003 F250.

Here's a link to them for your 2003 on our website. Just match up the options to the options your mirror currently has, and they will plug right in for you. No need to splice or wire anything.

2003 F250 Tow Mirrors

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We carry both the round style tow mirrors that were on the 2003, and we also offer an updated mirror for that truck, which is the square style mirror that will mount right onto your 2003 F250.

Here's a link to them for your 2003 on our website. Just match up the options to the options your mirror currently has, and they will plug right in for you. No need to splice or wire anything.

2003 F250 Tow Mirrors

Hope this helps you out,
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Steven - get in touch with Tony. Lots of people here have bought mirrors from 1A Auto and there hasn't been a single complaint about quality or customer service. This was who I was going to recommend....

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Why not do the 05' upgrade?
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