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Old 04-04-2014, 12:46 PM   #1
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Passenger Side Mirror is Useless

Have full factory doors. The passenger side mirror is useless to me, I cant see but about maybe 1/4 of the mirror area. I have tried adjusting but just does not work. Do I need to replace it?

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Old 04-04-2014, 01:03 PM   #2
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I stuck one of those blind spot stick on mirror things on mine, seems to have fixed my issue.

And yes that is the technical term for them.

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Old 04-04-2014, 01:06 PM   #3
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The mirror mounted on the door? Or relocated winshield bracket?

Can't think of any reason you wouldn't b able to see the door mounted mirror. Relocated mirror is a different story. Can't see the one I have mounted when doors are off but I just look over my shoulder and can see fine with no doors or back windows in
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The mirror mounted on the door? Or relocated winshield bracket?

Can't think of any reason you wouldn't b able to see the door mounted mirror. Relocated mirror is a different story. Can't see the one I have mounted when doors are off but I just look over my shoulder and can see fine with no doors or back windows in
That's what I was thinking. If my mirrors are still on the relocation brackets when I throw the doors back on I can't see the passenger side mirror worth a crap. Are your mirrors mounted on the doors or the windshield frame?
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Old 04-30-2014, 09:30 AM   #5
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That's what I was thinking. If my mirrors are still on the relocation brackets when I throw the doors back on I can't see the passenger side mirror worth a crap. Are your mirrors mounted on the doors or the windshield frame?
Sorry didnt see this. I don't even put pass side mirror on anymore. Have one on hard door but once they come off no mirror. Only legally need one in ny so I don't bother w pass side. I don't use them with doors off anyway I just look over shoulder and can c more than I can in mirror. Takes a few days to get used to after looking in mirrors all winter but by the time I put my doors back on st the end of summer I have to retrain myself to use mirrors again
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