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If you have no mirror heat switch on either the door ? or dash mirror controls then maybe no heated mirrors. Somewhere in the cargo or spare tire area there's a "service parts ID" sticker - the RPO (Regular Production Option) codes for what's built into THAT vehicle. Find it and decipher the codes using a correct model year Google search for " XXXX cadillac gm rpo code definitions".

Heated mirrors are further discussed in the owner's manual .............

Typical RPO sticker -

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Yes a wealth of information to be found in the owner's manual!
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However I think this may be standard on all vehicles, because anything optional in the owner's manual always starts with "If the vehicle".
 

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Drivers side mirror is heated on all but the base model. Premium and Performance have both sides heated. They operate when the rear defogger switch is used.
 

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Pull the mirror off. It’s easy. If there are wires connected to it, it’s heated.
 

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In general, if you have a heated rear window defogger, you have heated mirrors. Both sides. There is no separate switch.

I am pretty sure all SRX of this generation have power mirrors on both sides which means they all have wires.
 
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