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12-08-2009 03:29 PM
ProJect 03 SE So I had bought a pair of these a few months back, started off just by using a 9v battery hooking any 2 wires up to the + and - ends to see the affect so then by the time you put them on you can have an idea of which is up down left and right. Then really simple just connect the wires one by one keeping the negative connected so when you push up it goes up or down so it goes down. Not too hard, but the biggest pain is once you get one side wired together you go to wire the other side the same way and find out that the wiring is different from one side to the other. Really simple, just very time consuming.

Not to steal the thread, but out of curiousity. . . I want m3 side mirrors, but with no lights, just the power mirrors. Anyone know where to get them? Cuz i've only seen the m3's with the blinker lights.
12-08-2009 07:42 AM
trailbikerider
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Originally Posted by Boyz_toyz View Post
my lights are all connected up with the right mirror working perfectly, however the elft one seems to corroded when i open it. What should i do? Take it to a garage for them to redo the electrics on it?
How about send them back in the box you got them in, and put your stock mirrors back on! Haha. Just paint your stock mirror caps.
12-08-2009 06:25 AM
Boyz_toyz my lights are all connected up with the right mirror working perfectly, however the elft one seems to corroded when i open it. What should i do? Take it to a garage for them to redo the electrics on it?
06-12-2009 10:52 AM
Schranky54 Hey guys hope you can hlpe me with the actual installation. Looking at the mirrors it appear that the kit is not direct bolt on. I have a larg bolt and a smaller torx screw. Is drilling nessesary to install these? The mirror has 3 holes to attach it to the door and I only removed two and it appears they dont line up at all? Please help guys, my oem mirrors are busted!
04-19-2008 01:32 PM
mdgonzo101 Many of these folks can be answered by using a digital multimeter. Test for DC volts. Write down the colors of the stock harness on a piece of paper and next to each color you will write down what you see on the multimeter. Turn the ignition on and probe the white wire and the blue wire to see what they read. Their should be no voltage present. Turn your parking lights on and probe again. One of them will have constant power. Turn blinker on and probe again...voltage will show up and disappear. I had to do this to my headlights since the harnesses did not match up and they had the integrated blinker. They now work the way i want them to. I hope this helps. Multimeters are cheap at any parts store.
04-19-2008 12:19 PM
Randy Garetson
how to replace manual side mirrors

can you tell how to replace the side mirrors on the passager and driver side
10-20-2007 03:15 AM
bascofiasco1983
m3 mirrors

i just purchased these mirrors for my 2000 focus and the connectors they have on the wires don't match my connectors at all i'm not that good at splicing or soldering any tips to get these working on my focus and an actual diagram might be nice too
03-10-2006 07:35 AM
CKA ttt
I am getting so many pm's on these on how to wire, to the top, so everyone can see.
02-28-2006 10:55 AM
dave-v-v
Re: m3 mirrors

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Originally posted by iansfocus
the only problem im getting now is that ive got the lights working great but for the electric mirrors these only have 3 wires coming out but my ford mirrors off my car have 6 wires i know 2 of the wires are for my heating element on the mirror but i dont understand about the other 4 wires all i can think of is that there is 1 up , 1 down , 1 left & 1 right has any body came accross the same typ of wireing on there focus mirrors if so have you got the answer how to wire them up please

can this be done??????
i have left and right but no up down i just keep blowing fuses.
11-01-2005 03:56 AM
iansfocus
m3 mirrors

you dont need to have power mirrors you can order normal mirrors they make them in all types power and none power
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