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This is a discussion on Switch in Mirror Adjust Panel within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Anyone know where I can get a switch (more of a push button) that will fit in the following blank?...

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    Switch in Mirror Adjust Panel

    Anyone know where I can get a switch (more of a push button) that will fit in the following blank?

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    If you look behind that panel you will see that the blank, the L/R switch and the "joystick" are all one assembly. Your only option is to get the EDM or JDM mirror switch which changes that blank to the Fold Mirror switch and then rewire it for whatever you want.

    http://www.japanparts.com/images/Ima...ase=1&no=33568
    Last edited by jgardiner; 12-19-2011 at 11:54 AM.

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    Thanks for the info - I would have never figured it out until it was too late!

    Depending on the price/difficulty of the above, maybe instead I can put a switch in the center console near the e-brake, like a nice rocker switch. Are there some stock switches for that area?

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    Looks like you pulled the pic from here:

    JDM Power Folding Mirror swap

    The part number for the switch is: 83061SA000

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    If you are talking about the rear part of the console, near the armrest, then that location is for the heated seat switches.

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