It is a mirror on a pickup truck that is braced and is actually an accessory or after market mirror
Remove the inside door panel from your 1991 Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck. Remove the wiring harness from the mirror. Remove the driver side mirror retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new driver side mirror.
It is screewed into the drivers side head between the front 2 spark plugs up front.
Starting with the lower aft knob (the one closest to the input jack) and moving clockwise, the controls are as follows: Tone Control for the Bridge Pickup, Tone Control for the Neck Pickup, Volume Control for the Neck Pickup, Volume Control for the Bridge Pickup. The switch (usually located on the upper horn if you're playing a Les Paul) is used to switch between the pickups. Hope this was helpful!
drivers side door jamb
behind the drivers seat.
inside frame , drivers side
1960 Chevrolet pickup. Just got one for my 1970 GMC pickup. Looks kinda retro.
Underneath the drivers side, on the inside of the frame rail, aprox under the drivers seat area.
On the drivers side of the throttle body. Mine is to the rear of something that looks similiar and both have flanges with two screws holding them on with wires connected.
under the drivers door inside the frame
Behind the drivers side kick panel.
Drivers side mounted to bellhousing
Above the rear axle, drivers side.
This information is listed on a placard on the drivers door post.
no the 96 steering wheel is different
Underneath, drivers side, inside frame rail, aprox under drivers seat.
There is a direct relationship between the length of wire (thus the number of times the wire is wrapped) and the electrical resistance of the guitar pickup, measured at the two output terminals.
Under the vehicle, inside drivers side frame rail, aprox under the drivers seat.
along driver side frame rail by drivers door
mine is located on the drivers side of the dash
Probly under the drivers door on the inside of the frame.
drivers side under the dash...to the left of the pedals