How do you replace the side mirrors on a 2003 Trailblazer?
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I actually replace my drivers side mirror. I is a mechanical mirror with the turn signal on it. There is a small triangular door panel piece near the mirror. Remove it and remove the 2 or 3 bolts holding the mirror. Remove inside door panel. Unplug/replug electrical connection. The whole process was quite easy (believe it or not)!
Remove the headlight and then reach in and turn and pull out the side light socket. The headlight is held in place by two flat dagger pins. Pull them out with a flat blade screwdriver . One is on the top inside corner of the headlight assembly and the other is on the outside edge of the light assembly. The light will then fall forward held in by the wires and allow easy access to…
Answer The thermostat comes in a housing that bolts directly to the motor, and is located on the driver's side of the motor, about 1/2 way from the top, & towards the front of the engine. To remove/replace it you need a socket wrench & a 3 to 6 inch extension. You will have to remove the alternator and serpentine belt to get to it. This is where the thermostat is located on the trailblazer…
The knob that adjusts the driver side mirror also adjusts the passenger side mirror. Simply turn the knob to the right to adjust the passenger side, and turn to the left to adjust the driver side. Leaving the knob in the middle, neutral position will keep the mirrors from changing if the knob is hit.
A defective control module. Most forum members have had issues from day one with the memory mirrors. They have pulled the fuse that controls the memory function as it is more problem than what it is worth especially out of warranty! www.trailvoy.com All the answers for your Trailblazer from knowledgeable enthusiasts!