A broken mirror switch prevents an electric, rearview mirror from adjusting properly; this is extremely dangerous when passing or changing lanes.The electric mirror-switch controls both mirrors from the driver's seat. A broken switch impairs two-thirds of rearview visibility. The fault is often with the mirror itself.
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- New mirror switch
Disconnect the battery.
Unclip the top trim-cover from the armrest, and disconnect its wiring connector.
Squeeze the retaining clips, and press the switch out from the trim cover.
Place the new switch in the trim cover. Lock in the retaining clips.
Reconnect the trim-cover wiring and push the trim cover back into place.
Reconnect the battery.
Start the car and test the functionality of the switch.
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