Original Style Replacement Mirror
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Cipa Original Style Replacement Mirror

Part No. 43252 Warranty  

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Factory look without the cost! Get high quality mirrors from a trusted leader in the industry. CIPA is the leading mirror company in the US Aftermarket, proving that our products are superior to the rest. This original equipment style rearview side mirror kit is designed to bolt-on, with no need to modify the existing bolt-hole pattern. This mirror directly replaces original equipment number 1S4Z17683LAA. Mirror specifications: Driver side (left hand), manual remote, black, non-foldaway, non-heated, with flat glass.

Product Features:
  • Save an average of 54% over factory cost
  • Look and fit of a factory mirror
  • Installation is easy - remove your existing mirror, and attach the replacement mirror
  • QS9000 and ISO 9002 certified
  • Details: Driver side; Manual remote; Flat glass; Non-Foldaway, Non-Heated; Black
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Bracket Included:Yes
Extendable:No
Folding:No
Heated:No
Housing Material:PLASTIC
Manual Adjusting:Yes
Memory:No
Mirror Adjustment:MANUAL REMOTE
Mirror Position:Yes
Mirror Type:OE REPLACEMENT
Paintable:Yes
Power:No
Turn Signal Indicator:No

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  • Q:

    does the mounting of this "manual" mirror have the same mounting as a power mirror??
    Asked on 4/2/2014 by justin from claxton ga

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      That's a great question, Justin! A manual mirror is bolted onto the body or door of the car, and if it isn't aimed right, you need to physically stick your hand out the window and push on it to adjust it. It won't have any fancy wires or joysticks, and it is almost always the most inexpensive and easiest side mirror to replace. Replacing a power mirror is one step more complicated than the process of a manual mirror, but still extremely doable by the average do-it-yourself. The only additional challenge will be plugging the mirror wiring connectors together.

      Answered on 4/2/2014 by Vincent from AAP
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