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Old 01-29-2006, 12:17 PM
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Angry power mirrors

hey need some help on getting my factory mirrors off of my 99 f 250 psd! does anyone know how to get the outer shell off so i can get in there to the motors! i have to type of mirrors that have the 2 sliding posts that connect the mirror to the truck
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Old 01-29-2006, 12:31 PM
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are you just replacing the glass? and need to get the rods into the motors??
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no the glass is fine but the motors are not moving the mirrors! i can hear it running but the mirror wont move. i was just wondering if the cables might have worked their lose some how
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there are no cables, they are screw style rods that run into the motors. odds are one of the pivot points is bound up if it wont move at all, and if it only goes one direction than maybe the rod to the motor that controlls the way it will go is broken. you can VERY carefully pry the glass out of the mirror, and access everything from there.
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Old 01-31-2006, 05:55 PM
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thanks a lot for that info but the mirror isnt bound up it moves very freely by hand and the wind but it wont move with the controls!
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thanks a lot for that info but the mirror isnt bound up it moves very freely by hand and the wind but it wont move with the controls!
and your sure the motors are turning??? if they are, the screw type rods that connect them to the mirror must have a problem....either way, the easiest access is to CAREFULLY pry the mirror glass itself off..
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Old 02-02-2006, 04:31 PM
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thanks a lot man i will try it out and see what i find and get back with you on it! the weather is rainy here so as soon as it stops ill try it
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