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Motorized side mirrors don't work

Old 12-31-2008, 08:43 AM
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Default Motorized side mirrors don't work

Driver & passenger side motor don't work. Have to adjust manually. It could be motor but want to make sure it isn't simply just a fuse problem. Is there a fuse I can check forthis in the power distribution box under the hodd?
Old 12-31-2008, 12:38 PM
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Default RE: Motorized side mirrors don't work

On my Sebring (2001 convertible) it's fuse 5, at the left end of the instrument panel. Since that controls several other things, if the mirrors are your only problem, it's unlikely to be the fuse.
Since both sides are out, it may not be the motor. Check the switch on the dash. That's the most likely source of the problem.
Are you sure you're operating it correctly? The L or R button must be pushed in. It's possible for neither to be pushed which will result in no action.
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