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PostPosted: Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:02 am    Post subject:  Re: 2014 2LTZ adding options Reply with quote

impy2lt2014 wrote:
winty03 wrote:
Good Morning all,

I recently purchased a 2014 Impala 2LTZ. One missing feature that I am strangely bothered by is rear view mirror NOT being an auto dimming mirror. Its a simple standard mirror with just the tilt lever on the bottom of the mirror. Does anyone know if I can purchase and or just swap out the mirror for an auto-dimming mirror? I assume there is some type of wiring that is required for the auto dim...would it be tucked someplace or am I just out of luck?

Thanks


The only bad thing I've noticed about the auto-dimming mirrors is that it does NOT dim with sunlight in my eyes. damn. I wish I had the lever sometimes!!



In all honesty for people who want the auto-dimming feature, it's not that hard too flip the lever. Razz

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 1:44 am    Post subject:  Re: 2014 2LTZ adding options Reply with quote

PushrodPower wrote:
impy2lt2014 wrote:
winty03 wrote:
Good Morning all,

I recently purchased a 2014 Impala 2LTZ. One missing feature that I am strangely bothered by is rear view mirror NOT being an auto dimming mirror. Its a simple standard mirror with just the tilt lever on the bottom of the mirror. Does anyone know if I can purchase and or just swap out the mirror for an auto-dimming mirror? I assume there is some type of wiring that is required for the auto dim...would it be tucked someplace or am I just out of luck?

Thanks


The only bad thing I've noticed about the auto-dimming mirrors is that it does NOT dim with sunlight in my eyes. damn. I wish I had the lever sometimes!!



In all honesty for people who want the auto-dimming feature, it's not that hard too flip the lever. Razz


WHAT LEVER?!
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