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Old 09-29-2003, 12:32 PM   #1
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I want to add heated mirrors to my 93, but I cannot seem to find anywhere to get elements or how to install it.

Anyone have any info?

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Look in the service manual for the electrical part - Then get the mirror assembly from a 93 SSEi.
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would running two positive or negative wires together work? that would cause the mirror to heat up. Im pretty sure thats all heated mirrors are..not for sure though
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That'* funny. No, that'll just hurt the fuse budget.

You really need the mirrors. Not too hard to figure out from there.
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How long was this an option for the bonneville?
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At least from 92 on. 87-91? Anyone know?
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So how do you activate the heated mirrors? Or are they automatic?
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Automatic.

You'll notice it on a dewy morning.
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Is the circuitry to activate the mirors located isdide the nirors or do you have to have it istalled on the car?
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Fuddy? acg? Help from the gearheads please!
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