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    Electric mirrors on a mk3

    Can anyone tell me how easy it will be to fit/wire in THESE to my 1995 5door?

    I had the doors dynamated, and i think that'll cause agro when feeding the loom thru.

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    anybody done this? all advice is greatly appreciated.

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    Mirrors look like they're phase 1, so not sure if they'll bolt satraight on your your phase 2 - mgiht need to have a fiddle with the baseplates.

    All you need to do is go to a scrappers and find an astra with all the switches etc, strip them from that and remember where everything goes.

    Theres an estate at a scrappers near me but the actual mirrors are gone unfortunately
    Mk3: Scrapped, Mk4: Written Off, now rocking a Fiesta

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    ahh, ok - i'll leave them alone then i think. Want it to be easy to fit (i'm a combination of mechanically inept and to lazy to learn), might just prime and paint the ones i have.

    Cheers!

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