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Cadillac SRX Second Generation Forum - 2010+ Discussion, Loose sideview Mirrors moving on the highway. in Cadillac SRX Forums; My 2010 SRX has suddenly developed loose sideview mirrors that are starting to respond to buffeting winds at highway speeds. ...
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    Loose sideview Mirrors moving on the highway.

    My 2010 SRX has suddenly developed loose sideview mirrors that are starting to respond to buffeting winds at highway speeds. They wiggle when I move them left/right.

    Does anyone know how to tighten these puppies?

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    Re: Loose sideview Mirrors moving on the highway.

    They prob got 'bumped' out of place (1-21 in the user manual):

    Resetting the Power Foldaway Mirrors


    Reset the power foldaway mirrors if:
    . The mirrors are accidentally
    obstructed while folding.
    . They are accidentally manually
    folded/unfolded.
    . The mirrors do not stay in the
    unfolded position.
    . The mirrors vibrate at normal
    driving speeds.
    Fold and unfold the mirrors one time
    using the mirror controls to reset
    them to their normal position.
    A noise may be heard during the
    resetting of the power foldaway
    mirrors. This sound is normal after
    a manual folding operation.

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    Re: Loose sideview Mirrors moving on the highway.

    Thanks Davedogcaddy, I'll give that a try. I rarely use the foldaway function on my x, and I was actually wondering if they still worked after apparently getting bumped. Thanks for taking the time to look this up!!!

    Al

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    Re: Loose sideview Mirrors moving on the highway.

    Al, please let us know if you're still experiencing concerns! Customer Service is on hand to contact your dealer on your behalf at any point, if you wish. Please feel free to email me anytime at Katie_Lucille@gmexpert.com for further assistance.

    Best,

    Katie
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    Re: Loose sideview Mirrors moving on the highway.

    Thanks Katie!

    DaveDogcaddie, that did the trick. It worked well!
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    Re: Loose sideview Mirrors moving on the highway.

    Glad to hear you concerns appear to be resolved, Al! If you would like me to document any feedback about your experience, I'm just an email away.

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    Katie
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