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Old 02-23-2012, 06:01 AM
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Default Re: Rear View Mirror - Will this work?

I believe domestic are all wedge mount.
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Old 02-23-2012, 07:48 AM
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I think my 94 was a cam lock and I had an auto glass company put a wedge type on.
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Food for thought on the Homelink part of the mirror, you can wire it to operate with or without the key on. On any of my vehicles that could possibly sit outside overnight, I wired it to work only with the key on. I hated the idea of somebody breaking into my vehicle and being able to just push a button to gain access to my garage.
Good call out, thanks. What do I need to do different with the wiring to do this?

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I think my 94 was a cam lock and I had an auto glass company put a wedge type on.
I hated my wedge... it used to break lose on bumps/pothols
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Old 02-23-2012, 11:15 PM
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Good call out, thanks. What do I need to do different with the wiring to do this?
Install instructions - http://shop.autodimmingmirrors.com/i...structions.pdf

Wire Color Connection
Black Ground Wire
Red +12V supply (switched by ignition)
Green Temp. probe wires (temperature mirrors only)
The following wires included only in harness for mirrors
with map lights and/or HOMELINK® features.
Yellow +12V constant power (battery)

Instead connect RED and YELLOW to switched power to only have HOMELINK working with the key.
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