|Item Weight||2.47 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||13.6 x 8.4 x 7.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||5230232|
|Manufacturer Part Number||5230232|
|OEM Part Number||87940-02380|
|ABPA Partslink Number||TO1320178|
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TYC 5230232 Toyota Corolla Driver Side Power Non-Heated Replacement Mirror
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- OE-comparable wiring harness (no "pigtail" connector) for hassle-free installation
- Superior material and manufacturing processes ensure the highest quality possible
- Paint To Match
- Extensive engineering designs to eliminate excessive vibration of the glass while vehicle is in motion
- Meet or exceed DOT/SAE standards for safety and quality
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|Style Name||Driver (LH) Side||Passenger Side (RH)||Driver (LH) Side||—||—||Driver Side (LH)|
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To provide optimal fit and performance for your specific vehicle, each TYC replacement mirror is identical in design and construction to the OE part it replaces. TYC replacement mirrors meet all Federal SAE/DOT regulations and are FMVSS 111 compliant. TYC mirrors are extensively tested against common issues affecting replacement mirrors, such as excessive glass vibration on rough roads, to ensue years of hassle-free service.
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So here is what I did...I used the guts out of this aftermarket mirror to fix my wife's current mirror. That way the maroon cover matches for peanuts compared to what it would have cost.
The difficult part was undoing the screw that is behind the mirror that holds the motor arm. I ended up having to use a flexible bit driver extension to get at it. Also, I had to pop the replacement mirror off the motor. That was sketchy. I used a flat head screw driver on the circles with the holes in the middle and pushed back the clips by hand
In the end it worked and my wife is so pleased.
I was a little worried with my second replacement, because when it popped off it actually hit so hard it broke out of the screws that connect the entire apparatus to the car. I had forgotten what was included with this from the first time I ordered, but luckily, when it came, it came with everything needed to completely replace the old one including screws and screw housings.
I couldn't be happier with these, and it's the living confirmation that I made the right choice in purchasing such a standard car. It allows us the pleasure of replacing parts easily, and within a budget.
The estimate to fix was $500. Cough cough. I ordered this part, it came in no time, and the only hard part of installation was getting the window crank off. There's a youtube video where a guy gets a rag and shows you how to pop the window crank off in two seconds, and that worked great. So aside from the window crank, replacing the mirror took about thirty minutes.
THE BAD: the grommet was seriously the wrong size and didn't fit. I think I reused the factory grommet.
The Good: The part looks great and works perfectly.
I was annoyed by some of the edges left from the plastic-molding process, but then I saw the same edges on the original mirror, used for comparison. I sanded them down anyway.
On the install, you may be able to get away with not removing the door panel. The corner panel behind the mirror can easily be removed and the wire harness can be accessed from there. There was enough slack in the wire for me. Just don't drop the nuts in the door panel. You can re-use the old nuts, or just use the new ones. The thread is the same.
If you have to remove the door panel and do not have power windows, the window roller can be removed by removing the c-clip behind it. Point the handle up, work a rag behind the handle and use a flat head screwdriver to remove the c-clip. You may have to youtube this for a video. Take your time and do not rush. Don't lose the c-clip as it will pop out when you remove it. Good luck.
Update (1/27/2015): Now that enough time has passed, I must say that the mirror does have a tendency to warp when cold (50 F or below). (-1 star) This leads to the fun house effect that many have noticed. If you live in a warmer climate, there is no problem. Other than that, the housing and the function of this mirror as a replacement for little money is still a good deal.
Installation was a breeze with the video on YouTube from 1A Auto. The one caveat is that the plug for the power window controls, which you have to remove, on the driver side is different than the one on the passenger side, and as such, different than the one in the video. It took me a few minutes to figure out how to get that plug on (hint - the outside of the plug slides back to unlock it). Other than time spent traveling to the hardware store to get the parts they said I would need but I thought I wouldn't, I would say the entire process took less than 20 minutes per mirror. They work great, too.
So why only 3 stars, and why "definitely not perfect?" Well, both this mirror and the driver side mirror definitely have a "fun house" quality to them, as you may have seen in the other reviews. I've had them on my car for a couple of weeks now, and I've gotten used to it and don't think about it anymore, but it's unquestionably there.
That being said, you definitely can't beat the price. As long as you are OK with not having a perfect mirror, and you're capable of using a screwdriver and one socket wrench, you can't beat the price for these.
I've had the mirrors for several months now, and while I'm sure the "fun house" quality is still there, I haven't noticed it since I had the mirrors for a month or two.