Diagnosis & Testing
- Check the fuses for the mirror circuit. Verify there is 12 volts at the fuse terminal. If voltage is not present, check the wiring.
- Disconnect the outside rearview mirror switch.
- Probe the battery positive voltage circuit (terminal E) of the power mirror switch with a test lamp that is connected to ground. Connect a test lamp between the battery positive voltage circuit of the power mirror switch harness connector and the ground circuit (terminal D) of the power mirror switch harness connector. The test lamp should light in both cases. If not, check the wiring.
- Connect terminal D of the mirror motor connector to ground. Connect 12 volts to each of the motor control terminals (E, F, G and H). The mirror should move in each position; if not, replace the mirror.
If all tests are normal but the mirror does not function, replace the switch.
- Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
- Remove the door trim panel. Refer to the power locks procedure.
- Unplug the power mirror wire harness electrical connector.
- Remove the mirror fasteners.
- Remove the mirror from the door.
- Pull the wiring harness through the hole in the mirror patch.
- Route the mirror wiring harness through the hole in the mirror patch.
- Seat the grommet into the hole in the door frame.
- Install the mirror into the door frame.
- Install the mirror fasteners. Tighten to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm):
- Engage the power mirror electrical connector.
- Install the door trim panel.
Refer to the door lock switch removal procedure.