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Old 01-22-2007, 03:02 PM   #1
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ummmm... I hope this is the right forum for this. I have the autodimming rearview mirror, but its very loose. It'* loose where the bar connects to the mirror... not to the windsheild. It will rattle very badly when you get to 50mph +. Is there any way I can tighten it up, or do I just need a new one?
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That is where one of the ball pivot points is, correct?

I don't think there is any way to tighten them, although I can look at one closer later on if the question isn't answered by then.
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I don't think you can tighten it at all.. Sounds almost like its ready to fall in your lap..

When mine started shaking on the 95 I noticed it... Went to leave work and it was dangling by the wires...lol

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Thats what I was afraid of. Oh well, guess I'm in the market for an autodimming mirror. Any idea what years will work? Does it have to be 92-95ish, or will the newer ones work to?
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Newer ones will work.

I've got a couple kicking around.. holler if interested.
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