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Old 01-07-2013, 05:43 PM   #1
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Well, as you know I got this car a few weeks ago and went right into cleaning her up and getting her running right.

Well for the exception of the clutch, all the drive train is squared away. I'm still putting my pennies together for the Monster clutch kit and the RAM slave and the adjustable master.

So while I was just tinkering with it I decided to trouble shoot the passenger mirror that wasn't working. I figured an electrical issue, but was surprised to find that the motor is working, but the littlle plastic pieces that screw in and out on the motors that push and pull and are connected to the motors and the mirros themselves are both missing.



I can only assume the last owner some how screwed them all the way out and they fell out.

Would any of you guys happen to have an old mirror motor that I could get those off of or know where they can be ordered individually. I am fairly certain the stealership will want me to order the entire motor assembly and thats working fine.

Anybody....
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Corvette Recycling always seems to be able to pull a rabbit out of a hat for me. Possibly they could do the same for you.

Thanks! I sent them an email today. I have my fingers crossed.
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Did they ignore your email like they did mine?
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Did they ignore your email like they did mine?
Call them. I had no trouble getting them on the phone for my new seat belts.
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