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CSVT1214
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1303572 (Re: The Digital Slacker) 08/20/06 07:22 PM

The wiring is not there for heated mirrors on the 98-00.

The plug for the power mirrors is missing the wires for the heat. It has to be wired in. This one of my next projects soon. Had the mirrors sitting around since this spring and would like them installed for winter.

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Tony

1998 SVT Contour (B/MB) #542 3L
1998 SVT Contour (SF/MB) #1266 parts car
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The Digital Slacker
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1303578 (Re: CSVT1214) 08/20/06 07:50 PM

Originally posted by CSVT1214:
The wiring is not there for heated mirrors on the 98-00.

The plug for the power mirrors is missing the wires for the heat. It has to be wired in. This one of my next projects soon. Had the mirrors sitting around since this spring and would like them installed for winter.




I realize that. He is asking how to identify the heated mirrors at the junk yard. He needs to look for the glass that has the wires on it. I did the conversion on a 98.5, thanks.

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CSVT1214
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1303580 (Re: The Digital Slacker) 08/20/06 07:55 PM

Originally posted by The Digital Slacker:
Originally posted by CSVT1214:
The wiring is not there for heated mirrors on the 98-00.

The plug for the power mirrors is missing the wires for the heat. It has to be wired in. This one of my next projects soon. Had the mirrors sitting around since this spring and would like them installed for winter.




I realize that.




No where in the thread did anyone say the wiring is not there. Todd said it was, and no one corrected it after that. So how do I know you guys know that?

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Tony

1998 SVT Contour (B/MB) #542 3L
1998 SVT Contour (SF/MB) #1266 parts car
2000 SVT Contour (SF/MB) #1533 3L swap to begin!

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hmouta
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1303854 (Re: CSVT1214) 08/21/06 04:38 AM

got it. so i cant just pull the mirrors from the bases at the junkyard without hardwiring them in. another project for the future. i've had soooo many winter days where heated mirrors would have come in handy in the worst way.

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todras
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1303944 (Re: CSVT1214) 08/21/06 01:40 PM

Originally posted by CSVT1214:


No where in the thread did anyone say the wiring is not there. Todd said it was, and no one corrected it after that. So how do I know you guys know that?




Check the harness behind the mirror, if you have power mirrors. If there are 5 female pins on the connector coming out of the door, the mirrors will be plug and play. (Some 98's had the correct fuse, even though the manual says "NOT USED").


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CSVT1214
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1304104 (Re: todras) 08/21/06 06:57 PM

Originally posted by todras:
Originally posted by CSVT1214:


No where in the thread did anyone say the wiring is not there. Todd said it was, and no one corrected it after that. So how do I know you guys know that?




Check the harness behind the mirror, if you have power mirrors. If there are 5 female pins on the connector coming out of the door, the mirrors will be plug and play. (Some 98's had the correct fuse, even though the manual says "NOT USED").





I checked mine a while back and only 3 wires are running into each mirror. My car was built April of 97.

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Tony

1998 SVT Contour (B/MB) #542 3L
1998 SVT Contour (SF/MB) #1266 parts car
2000 SVT Contour (SF/MB) #1533 3L swap to begin!

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todras
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1304107 (Re: CSVT1214) 08/21/06 07:02 PM

U smell like poop though. Wait that's me. Nevermind.

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-'98 SVT 1,173 of 6,535
-'05 Mazda 6s, loaded, g/f's ride
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IRingTwyce
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1304161 (Re: CSVT1214) 08/21/06 08:36 PM

Originally posted by CSVT1214:
Originally posted by todras:
Originally posted by CSVT1214:


No where in the thread did anyone say the wiring is not there. Todd said it was, and no one corrected it after that. So how do I know you guys know that?




Check the harness behind the mirror, if you have power mirrors. If there are 5 female pins on the connector coming out of the door, the mirrors will be plug and play. (Some 98's had the correct fuse, even though the manual says "NOT USED").





I checked mine a while back and only 3 wires are running into each mirror. My car was built April of 97.



My early '97-built '98 has all 5 wires. I'm switchin' 'em out, and I really have NO use for heated mirrors in Texas! Still, I can say, "Nyah, nyah nyah, nyah, nyah, nyahhhhhh." hee hee hee

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Harrry
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1305938 (Re: IRingTwyce) 08/24/06 08:24 PM

Well looking at finding some. Was all contours 95-97 heated, or mystiques heated. I see posts on where it was mystiques only and very few contour pakaages.

SO far i am looking at 60 dollars for both including shipping.


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Tony2005
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Re: Looking at getting the heated mirrors new
#1305973 (Re: Harrry) 08/24/06 10:07 PM

Originally posted by Harrry:
.. Was all contours 95-97 heated, or mystiques heated. I see posts on where it was mystiques only and very few contour pakaages.
...



For 1996, it was a Preferred Equipment Package for all GL, LX and SE models.

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