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Old 11-03-2003, 04:01 AM   #21
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Do +00 ssei'* have heated mirrors?
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Old 11-03-2003, 06:48 PM   #22
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i got a 89 bonnie sse... heated mirrors... i love'em... all ya got to do is switch on the defrost, the heated mirror option is tied into the defrost switch.. and how does it hook up... ended up having my passenger mirror cracked at a parking lot, when i placed the peices of mirror back into the casing i noticed that it'* got a small square fillament on the back of it, it'* basicly just glued to the mirror it'* self... putting one in yourself couldn't be to hard... u'll just have to set up a toggle switch unless u hardwire it into the defrost switch it'* self....
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Not sure if this has been mentioned yet, but here'* my master P/N replacement list for GM Mirrors for Bonnevilles......
Heated Mirrors from GM for Bonnevilles:
1992 - 99:
LH 25615216
RH 25615217


2000 - 03:
LH 25736307
RH 25736306

***NOTE: For 1992; Mirror has 5 wires & Body Harness is 6 Wires, But it will work!***
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My SE has heated mirrors. Press button cook mirror.

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Hopefully I would be able to get these for cheap. thanks for the part #'*
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Quote:
GM PART # 25615216
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $249.95
OUR PRICE: $147.47
DESCRIPTION: MIRROR AS
DANGIT! More than I want to spend.
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So $300 dollars for just parts. I think I better find another job for car parts. :(
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Hopefully I would be able to get these for cheap. thanks for the part #'*
No Prob......
Just remember you still need the Relay, Switch, Wiring & of course the Mirrors have to be Painted too.
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