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Old 08-05-2019, 10:46 PM   #1
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1995 GMC, can you add power mirrors?

I just bought a 1995 GMC 2500 SLE and it has the stainless camper mirrors on it. I would like to change them and put the smaller mirrors on it. Does anyone know if itís easy to add power mirrors to a truck that didnít come with them? Itís a power window and power door lock truck if that helps. Thanks
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Re: 1995 GMC, can you add power mirrors?

ďEasyĒ is relative to your skill set. I did it on my 2dr Tahoe. I had the manual windows, power door locks, no power mirrors. I went and changed out the manual regulators for power windows, grabbed the correct door panels and switches, put in the power mirrors, ran the wires, and presto...everything worked. Just find the wiring diagram and youíre golden
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