Passenger remote mirror WAGON/4 DOOR

85ss/85gn

85ss/85gn

Greasemonkey
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Did wagons or 4 doors ever have a option for a sport remote mirror?
 
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gnvair

gnvair

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Absolutely. It is not a very common option on the 78-88 A/G body models. It is also one of the most useless options as they never hold their position after the door is opened and closed. My 87 GN had it (I installed a non remote in place of it) and my 78 Malibu has it as well.
 
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pontiacgp

pontiacgp

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I removed mine and replaced it with a non-remote mirror for the reasons gnvair pointed out
 
85ss/85gn

85ss/85gn

Greasemonkey
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Jan 31, 2007
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beaver dam,wi
I Know couples did already. My question is for wagons or 4 doors
 
ssn696

ssn696

Antique
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They mount to the door exactly the same. The cable goes through the wire bellows to the body, across the back of the dash to the lower right corner of the gauge pod. Given that amount of work, and the 40-year old loose guts in a boneyard unit, a fixed one may make more sense.
 
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pontiacgp

pontiacgp

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They mount to the door exactly the same. The cable goes through the wire bellows to the body, across the back of the dash to the lower right corner of the have pod. Given that amount of work, and the 40-year old loose guts in a boneyard unit, a fixed one may make more sense.
I had a hard enough time removing everthing, I would never think of putting one in
 

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