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Power Mirror fuse?

My truck came from the factory with power mirrors according to the window sticker.

Later on, the mirrors were removed and replaced with OE Towing mirrors. The adjustment switch was removed and capped off...

I've since gotten a set of power/heated mirrors and the switch.

I removed the towing mirrors and cap over the hole for the adjustment switch; I installed the new mirrors and switch, plugging into the factory connections.

The new mirrors don't move.

What fuse feeds the power mirrors? I looked through all the fuses under the dash and under the hood. None are labeled for Power Mirrors.


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I know the heat part is tied into the same fuse as the blower motor cause i had a mirror short out and everytime i hit the heat button it burnt the fuse which in turn my blower motor quit working too. Do you have power locks and windows?

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Yes, Power locks and windows... It's an SLT Laramie model. The only options that are not on the truck are limited slip differential, power seats, heated seats, leather, and remote keyless security.

Everything else is fully loaded... Disk brakes on all four wheels with ABS, power locks and windows, overhead temp/compass/mileage display, cruise control, Infinity sound system...



The wiring for the mirrors was all there behind the door panels, it took me like 10 mins to drop them in.

I believe the heat works, as I thought I felt them get warm... Just my luck, I install these and it becomes 70 deg outside so I can't confirm that they work.

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Check the IOD fuse......should be #12 in the panel on the side of the dash.

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IOD fuse was good. That also runs the dome lights and radio memory which work properly.

I found that the harness that goes in the door was corroded out. I repaired the damaged wire and now my mirrors work...

And I broke the wiring for the power locks and the driver's window switch won't roll the passenger up and down now.

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Check the IOD fuse......should be #12 in the panel on the side of the dash.
thnx bud.. hauled a$$ to my truck to check this after reading... that was the issue for mine.... the only one i didnt check because it had that cap on it and was too lazy to attempt take it off...

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