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2002 986 - autodim to non-autodim mirror replacement...

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Good evening folks, 

I was wondering is it possible to replace a damaged autodim mirror with a non-autodim mirror? The receiving ball cup in the original mirror is damaged. Both mirrors are from a 2002 base model. If using an adapter is an option any leads or links would be greatly appreciated! 

 

Regards.

 

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