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Old 01-05-2014, 07:14 PM   #1
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Problem with vibrating driver side replacement mirror

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Recently I purchased a side mirror as a replacement from discountautomirrors.com which sells a brand called kool-vue mirrors. Now I notice that it is vibrating more than the stock mirror used to. Can anyone tell me if this is just how these cheaper mirrors are or if perhaps I didn't reinstall the foam insulation piece on optimally.

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Old 01-05-2014, 07:36 PM   #2
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Don't think there's much of an option in how to install, I'd guess the different mirror.
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Not oem yes made cheaper
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Hi

Recently I purchased a side mirror as a replacement from discountautomirrors.com which sells a brand called kool-vue mirrors. Now I notice that it is vibrating more than the stock mirror used to. Can anyone tell me if this is just how these cheaper mirrors are or if perhaps I didn't reinstall the foam insulation piece on optimally.

Thank you for your time!

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It's most likely not the mirror at fault but the dead liquid engine mount which muffles the rattle can of an engine, had the same thing happen.

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YOU MUST GET THE MOUNT FROM FORD! trust me
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