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Old 11-30-2013, 08:23 PM   #1
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Rear view mirror

Does anyone know how to stop my rear view mirror from vibrating in my 13 Mustang? Damn it's really annoying.
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Does anyone know how to stop my rear view mirror from vibrating in my 13 Mustang? Damn it's really annoying.
i have the same problem in my 14,would love to hear if theres a way to fix this.
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I had the same problem on my wife's 2013 GT. Thought it was something in the dash or glove box, but my wife discovered it was coming from the mirror. I initially thought it was the connector for the wires that plug into it because if I put my finger on the connector it would stop. It's actually the mirror itself. Touch the back side of the mirror & see if it stops........ Talk to your dealer. According to my Service Rep, they have had some issues with this. They have a new mirror on order for me.
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Same is happening with mine. I might take it in based on the above now.
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I guess I should take it in. Thanks everyone
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Old 12-23-2013, 06:13 PM   #6
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So I went to the Ford dealer and they ordered me a new mirror
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See my thread on 2004 Mustang vibrating mirror.
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