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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-22-04, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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electric mirror conversion

I own an 88 EA GL and became curious when I saw a set of EB power mirrors for sale. Can anyone tell me whether or not it would require a great deal of difficulty to setup power mirrors for my EA and/or where I can find a site that details the how to?

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Re: electric mirror conversion

The mirror setup is not complicated as long as you get some of the wiring with the mirrors.
There are basically 4 wires between the LH and RH mirrors plus +12V and neg.
You need the wires that come out under the A pillars on each side when you get the stuff out of the donor car. Then you can run 4 wires between the mirrors, 1 wire to negative and one wire to the accessories circuit.
I can send you the wiring diagram if required.

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