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KOOL VUE MANUAL MIRROR, NON-HEATED, NON-FOLDING

Kool Vue Manual Mirrors are OE replacement and manufactured from the highest quality, corrosion-resistant materials to withstand all types of weather.

Kool Vue specializes in producing mirrors for all vehicle makes and models; Our mirrors go through rigorous weather, swing, and vibration testing to make sure you receive the highest quality mirrors. Our mirrors are backed by a 2-year Kool Vue limited warranty - you can't go wrong with Kool Vue Mirrors!

  • SKU#: ST13L
  • Brand: Kool Vue
  • Operation: Manual
  • Folding Type: Non-folding
  • Heated: Non-heated
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Built-In Signal Light: No
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Fits the following Saturn SL2 Years:
  • 1996-2002 | 4 Cyl 1.9L | Base
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"this product was the correct item and was easily installed onto our saturn." posted by: on May 3, 2014

"Second one of these Ive put on my Drivers side. The first one lasted about 2 years. I ran my posterior into it and it broke the plastic...My butt aint THAT big...Still a cheap replacement was there...so WIN." posted by: Sheldor1967 on March 7, 2013 view all 16 reviews

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CIPA ORIGINAL STYLE MIRROR, MANUAL, PLASTIC, NON-HEATED, BLACK, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY -- Corner mount type; Convex glass; Non-folding; Features OE grade glass; Rust and corrosion resistant; Designed to perfectly fit your vehicle like the original part; Requires no modifications to your existing bolt pattern; QS900 and ISO 9002 certified; Replaces OEM number 21170588; Easy installation.
  • SKU#: C7327415
  • Brand: CIPA
  • Fit Note: Sedan, Non-Heated, Non-Foldaway, Manual Mirrors, Convex Glass
  • Color/Finish: Paint to match
  • Operation: Manual
  • Folding Type: Non-folding
  • Heated: Non-heated
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
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Fits the following Saturn SL2 Years:
  • 1996-2002 | All Engines | Base
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"excellent part -- excellent packaa\ging and delivery" posted by: on February 21, 2008

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DORMAN MIRROR, MANUAL REMOTE, NON-HEATED, PLASTIC, BLACK, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY -- Non-folding; Corner mount type; A high quality, OE replacement mirror; Replaces OE number 21170588; With lifetime Dorman limited warranty.
  • SKU#: RB955404
  • Brand: Dorman
  • Operation: Manual remote
  • Folding Type: Non-folding
  • Heated: Non-heated
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Built-In Signal Light: No
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Fits the following Saturn SL2 Years:
  • 1996-2001 | 4 Cyl 1.9L | Base
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"item fit like a glove ,made daughter ,who was the victim of the errant mailbox very happy. I5t took longer to put the tools away than to replace the mirror, great product at a fair price" posted by: smokey on November 6, 2008

"Product is sound, looks just like the original. Quick shipping. Make sure you order the correct side - do not rely on the pictures alone, read the descriptions carefully! I had to make a return because I did not do that, but (hopefully) I will get credit, minus a small restocking fee." posted by: Saturn Dad on September 24, 2008 view all 3 reviews

Driving a Saturn requires its driver to be aware of everything around him and the mirrors of a car help him do just that. Before changing lanes or before backing up into a road, drivers must look at their car mirrors to make sure that no pedestrian, automobile, or any other obstacle is in the way. There are two main types of mirrors installed in every brand new Saturn. The side mirrors let the driver view both sides of the car in the rear. They are attached to both car doors on the front. The rear-view mirror allows the driver to have a view directly behind the rear of the Saturn and is attached to the top of the windshield.

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  • How come the objects seen on side mirrors are farther than they actually are?
    Answer: Some side mirrors make use of a convex lens which gives drivers a good view of the road on both sides by minifying the images reflected on the surface. The unfortunate side effect of this minifying is that it also manages to make objects appear farther than they actually are. Warnings are usually etched onto the convex side mirrors of cars saying "Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear". The U.S. Federal Safety Motor Vehicle Standard regulates the amount of curvature these mirrors may have, allowing only a curvature radius between 889 mm and 1651 mm.
  • How should a Saturn SL2 side mirror be adjusted?
    Answer: Adjusting the rear-view mirror and side mirrors is a tricky issue and everybody has their own idea on how to best adjust their mirrors. Most side mirrors are adjusted in a way that reflects a rather large portion of the vehicles rear. The problem with this configuration is that it overlaps the rear-view mirror's field of vision, making it somewhat redundant. This also creates a blind spot just to the side of the vehicle. The reflection on the side mirrors should just barely overlap that of the rearview mirror. With such configuration, the reflection of a car changing lanes on the rear will appear on the side mirrors as soon as it moves out of the rear-view mirrors visual range. This configuration will take some getting used to for many, but the increase in road awareness may prove to be worthwhile.
  • What type of mirrors does a Saturn SL2 use?
    Answer: Most cars are usually equipped with side mirrors and a rear-view mirror that allows drivers to see what is going on behind them. Vanity mirrors are also included in the front passenger seat of some Saturns and are tucked neatly into the sun visor.