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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-02-2017, 03:25 PM
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Hello all. I'm a newbie, just purchased a Pacifica Hybrid last week, and like many I'm extremely irritated that Chrysler does not offer certain options with the hybid. I'm mostly annoyed with the power folding mirrors because I have an extremely narrow garage door as well. Knowing the power folding mirrors are an option available on the other Pacifica models, I asked whether the dealer would offer it as an option for me. They gave me a crap answer, essentially saying they can't do it and some nonsense about not even being able to get the parts (which as we all know is BS because I found the parts available online after doing a 5 minute Google search). So there is probably a liability factor, and it's possible they simply don't know what they are doing since the vehicle model is so new. I actually need to stop at the dealer tonight after work for a non-related issue, so I am planning to talk to my service rep face-to-face to see what he says. I like the idea of talking to a body shop though. I might do that because I really would like to get power folding mirrors. Would love to just do this myself but I have 3 kids 6 yrs old and younger so I just don't have time to deal with it. I plan to keep this thing for a while so it is going to suck if I have to manually fold the mirrors in every time I park in my own garage.
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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-29-2019, 12:30 PM
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Passenger side mirror - how to replace

I cracked my passenger side mirror, and ordered an OEM color matched replacement from BAM Wholesale Parts and it was $264 with shipping and all. I replaced it this past weekend by myself. There is one nut that is extremely difficult to get to and that took me a good 1 hr getting it off and then putting it back on. Overall it took me approx 2.5 hrs. The dealer wanted over $200 for labor and they were going to charge me more for the mirror so it was going to be $500 or so total.

Note: Based on an e-mail exchange with BAM, there are 3 related parts that I'm aware of. 1.) The complete mirror assembly with the glass mirror, motor, wiring - everything. 2.) The glass mirror itself. Not sure how to replace just this though. 3.) Set of nuts if you somehow couldn't reuse the existing ones (I did reuse them).

I was every impressed with the door panel fasteners. They are plastic but good quality and are reusable. They went back in fine and the panel looks perfectly seated after I was done. I was expecting some flimsy fasteners that break easily but Chrysler impressed me with this.

Tools required
- Panel removal tool (to remove door panel)
- 10 mm socket set with wobble extension (I didn't know what a wobble extension was until I did this and borrowed my neighbor's)
- A small table or platform to rest the door panel on while it's hanging from the door. The instructions were not clear on how to completely remove the door panel so I just left it hanging from the door. It was not in my way so not a big issue.
- Service manual with instructions. I was able to get a copy of the Chilton instructions. It could use more details, but it was better than starting from zero.

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“I actually need to stop at the dealer tonight after work for a non-related issue, so I am planning to talk to my service rep face-to-face to see what he says. “

Any update on this? I am in a similar situation where my 2018 hybrid touring L has about an inch on either side pulling into the garage with mirrors extended. I have seen the replacement mirrors available along with the window/lock/mirror switch cluster, but I have not been able to tell if the wiring harness/plug/computer settings will be there to tie these all together.

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