Jose (myturtleisblack) wrote in thequestionclub,
Jose
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Mechanics

So my car (1993 Ford Crown Vic) decided to start randomly turning the driver's side mirror. This when on for several hours, and didn't stop when I played around with the controls for the mirror (which had previously never worked). I was worried about killing my battery, so I took some pliers and cut through the wiring behind the mirror. While the mirror stopped, all my auxiliary power (interior lights, radio, clock) is currently off.

Can I pull out the mirror fuse or something to fix this? Or am I going to have to reattach the mirror wires (and if so, how)?
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