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Power side-view mirror

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Driver's control for side mirrors, with tiny curb-view button (Saab 9-5).
Driver's control for side mirrors, with tiny curb-view button (Saab 9-5).

A power side-view mirror (power side mirror, power wing mirror, or simply power mirror) is a side-view mirror equipped with electrical means for vertical and horizontal adjustment from the inside of the automobile.

The glass of a power mirror may also be electrically heated to keep it from fogging or icing.[1]

Increasingly, power side mirrors incorporate the vehicle's turn signal repeaters. There is evidence to suggest mirror-mounted repeaters may be more effective than repeaters mounted in the previously predominant fender side location.[2]

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Usually, a single control is used to control both left and right side mirrors. A mirror is selected by a switch or a knob. The mirror selector usually has a neutral position with none mirrors selected, to prevent accidental changes of the view. The position of the selected mirror is adjusted by a joystick, a four-way knob, or other type of position control.[3][4] In luxury designs, power mirror settings may be memorized together with settings of power seats.[4]


  1. ^ Scott, J. How to Rebuild and Modify Your Muscle Car. MotorBooks International. p. 166. ISBN 9781610590181. Retrieved 5 July 2015.
  2. ^ Flannagan, M.J.; Reed, M.P. (2005). "Geometric Visibility of Mirror-Mounted Turn Signals". Ref 2005-01-0449. Society of Automotive Engineers. Archived from the original (paper, PDF) on 30 September 2007. Retrieved 14 August 2006. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  3. ^ Hollembeak, B.; Erjavec, J. (2002). Today's Technician. p. 373. ISBN 9780766820999. Retrieved 5 July 2015.
  4. ^ a b Haefner, R. (2008). The Car Care Book. Cengage Learning. p. 267. ISBN 9781111780821. Retrieved 5 July 2015.
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