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Meyle Mirror Switch, Sold Individually, 1-2 business days
$20.95 List Price: $59.28 Save: $38.33 Availability: In Stock
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MEYLE-Wulf Gaertner Autoparts AG
MEYLE supplies the global aftermarket with quality-optimized automotive spare parts including; steering and suspension components, rubber-to-metal parts, brakes and (see more)

  • SKU#: W0133-1622601
  • Brand: Meyle
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"It fits good had a little trouble getting it in because the shape was off a little. Left mirror; pans up down out but in does not work. Right mirror; pans up down in but out does not work. Very unsatisfied with this but dont want to take everything apart again and go through the hassle of returning" posted by: UNSATISFIED on May 20, 2013

"This Meyle part is not the exact replacement for the original in my 2001 Jetta--it has a position for the mirror fold function, and my car does not have folding mirrors. I had to replace the switch because the control knob broke off, which seems to be a common problem for this part. Aside form the "fold" position, the rest of the function is correct and it is mechanically an exact replacement. At the price paid, it was worth getting something better than the questionable quality of some of the Asian imports, especially when you consider what it takes to actually install the part. Despite what some say--that they can force the part out from the front--you must remove the interior door panel to properly replace the mirror switch and avoid damage to the window sill panel. Be prepared to do some repairs to the door panel. Many of the plastic studs which mount the leatherette dress piece to the main door panel were broken on my door. A Loctite 2-part epoxy intended for plastic did a great job of repairing the broken studs. I also replaced the door speaker on this car at the same time I did the mirror switch. The foam surround had rotted out, which is typical for an 11 year-old car speaker. I found a junkyard part with a rubber surround that was perfect. You have to drill out the rivets mounting the old speaker. I used plastic push connectors to mount the "new" speaker." posted by: torchh on July 13, 2011 view all 7 reviews