|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.6 x 7.8 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||312-5405L3EB|
|Manufacturer Part Number||312-5405L3EB|
|OEM Part Number||10362464|
|ABPA Partslink Number||TO1320178|
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Depo 312-5405L3EB Black Driver Side Power Non-Heated Mirror
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- OE-like design connectors to ensure ease of installation
- Vehicled Test Fitted (VTF) to ensure factory fit, form and function
- One year limited product warranty
- Highest quality and wide variety of selection
- Endures rigorous vibration test
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These mirrors feature OE-like design connectors to ensure ease of installation. They are Vehicled Test Fitted (VTF) to ensure factory fit, form and function. They come with one year limited product warranty. They also feature highest quality and wide variety of selection and also endure rigorous vibration test.
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To get the result in my photo, you should use 3 coats of Dupli-Color brand paint (check the inside of your Corolla door for exact color code/name, and 2 coats of Dupli-Color brand clear coat for protection. Very easy job, and I have never painted parts before!
I bought this as a gift for a friend's 04/05 Corolla that lost a mirror to a maniacal pickup driver. When the truck hit the factory mirror, it bent the metal in the door that the mirror mounts to. So I fixed that as best I could and pressed it back in as far as I felt comfortable (farther, I think, than it appeared to be originally). However, the new mirror still wouldn't seal properly against the door. There are three studs that thread into the plastic mirror housing that then go through the door - turned out the boss that those studs screw into protrudes too far. After removing the studs and taking a right-angle grinder to their mounting bosses, the mirror seated quite nicely.
A lot of the negative reviews complain that the mirror vibrates on the highway, and my guess is this is why. If the mirror housing doesn't seat properly, it is liable to flop.
This is the cheapest motorized mirror I could find, and guess what I got? A cheap mirror. You get what you pay for, and that is true here. It's cheap, so I can't complain. That said, bolt pattern for the three mounting studs is wrong, so it is quite a task to get the studs though the holes that the OEM mirror easily slides out of. In fact, I had to waller out the holes a bit to get the studs through easily. Furthermore, I disassembled both mirrors and found several things this manufacturer did to cut costs. The screws are a bit shorter, plastic is a little thinner, etc. I ended up swapping all the screws and studs from the OEM mirror into this one. Again, I got what I paid for, so I can't complain; just remember, this is not a Toyota quality mirror - it's a cheap replacement.
And just a tip, go ahead and take the door panel off when you swap the mirror - it's 3 screws, super easy, and totally worth it.
Mechanical engineer; employed as an application engineer by a major engine manufacturer; lots of garage experience on the side.
This mirror came quickly (shipped directly by amazon), and was adaquately packed. Nothing was damaged, but I wouldn't say it was WELL packed. Just the usual plastic air-pocket packaging. The mirror itself came in a nice DEPO box, and was protected by a somewhat soft slipcover. After taking it out to examine it closer, it appeared to be flawless. The mirror didn't have the "funhouse" quality of other similar mirrors on Amazon (or at least, I've read they have that property), and the wiring harness seemed very sturdy and well made.
I was a bit disappointed that there were no instructions that came with the mirror, but you can find very thorough and complete instructions by googling for "How To Install Replace Broken Side Rear View Mirror Toyota Corolla". The first youtube video to come up, by 1A Auto, was the set of instructions I followed. The only deviation from those instructions that I found in my case was that the original mirror wiring harness was encased in some sort of waterproof electrical tape and plastic covering. After carefully removing the plastic covering, I had access to the harness. Other than that, following those instructions worked perfectly!
Now, I'm not sure if this is just because my drivers side mirror is from 2006, but the new replacement passenger mirror I purchased appears a tiny bit bluer or darker than my drivers side mirror. It isn't a very large difference. I compared my fractured old passenger side mirror with the new one, and it appeared to have exactly the same perspective, meaning that objects appeared about exactly as far away with the new mirror as the old.
I only have two complaints:
1)The water proof rubber trim on the side of the mirror that contacts the side door didn't appear to fit in to the hard plastic grooves of the mirror as well as the old mirror.
2) The top of the mirror, where it should contact the car, pulls away from the door about 2-3mm.
Both of these issues could lead to water getting inside the door panel, but I don't believe that it's likely that will happen. Regardless, I'll keep vigilant for a few rainstorms to see if anything appears to be leaking.
I primed and painted with the original color. The result of paint job has so far lasted over 5 month without problem.
The time to replace the mirror is less than 12 hours.