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Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by nikkeshelton, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. nikkeshelton

    nikkeshelton New Member

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    Hi all, my 2009 serria 1500 SL came with heated and adjustable mirrors but I see a lot of auto dimming ones with turn signals built into them. I know I would need a new door switch cluster (if I install the power fold option) but other than that does anyone know if I can just plug them into my existing wire harness! I see the mirrors with the "your to close radar" option, but I'm sure that that option takes more than my SL can handle. Any suggestions out there? Thanks in advance!:glasses:
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  2. Conlan Rose

    Conlan Rose Super Moderator

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    I'm not sure what you would also need to upgrade but it sounds possible.
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    Sierraowner5.3 New Member

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    ive been looking at manual fold tow mirrors. lady at the gmc dealership told me the tow mirrors just plug right in to what i have now (manual fold electric adjust) not how that would work with what your trying to do. you could try a parts guy at the dealership.

    Alex
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  4. Pikey

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    @99'HEARTBEAT always seems to have good info when it comes to this kind of thing. Send him a pm
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  5. RayVoy

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    Hey Guys, I have the mirrors with dimming, signal heated and folding.

    One morning last winter, after an overnight snow storm, I found the driver's side mirror hanging by the wires.

    I had to buy a new one. Remove the inner door panel, unclip the wiring harness, unplug the wiring harness and remove 3 nuts and the old mirror was out, new went in just as easy.

    It plugged into the Driver's Door Module (colour coded plug into match colour jack). There were a number of other colour coded jacks on the DDM. I don't know if different mirrors use different jacks, or if all mirrors plug into the same jack and there are fewer wires in the plug.

    I suspect, the DDM is the same for all models, probably the different mirrors will work when plugged in.

    The part number for the driver's side mirror is 20843108, it was around $220 US
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