Replacement Driver’s side mirror

What do you have to lose by dealing with Carid? If you don’t like it. send it back for a refund.

Is this the one?

Replace®
Power Side View Mirror (Foldaway)
(0 Reviews)# 287213025
Nissan Maxima 2017, Power Side View Mirror by Replace®. Manual Foldaway. Damaged or broken mirror housings make your car unsightly, but driving with cracked or missing mirror glass can be dangerous, not to mention illegal. Don’t risk.
Designed as a direct replacement
Provides clear visibility
$86.92 — $180.43 more details on — https://www.carid.com/2017-nissan-ma. er=1&sub-model[ourSubModelName]=Platinum

that there must explain why the replacement is so expensive.

on a tangent, when are they going to get around to power folding mirrors. My old Azera has it, but not this . boooo

that there must explain why the replacement is so expensive.

on a tangent, when are they going to get around to power folding mirrors. My old Azera has it, but not this . boooo

I got cute while trying to back my 2016 SV out of a tight space and cracked the plastic housing on my passenger side mirror. The glass is intact and it still works fine, so I’ve been hoping to stumble across a reasonably priced replacement on ebay (new or used).

According to the window sticker, my mirrors are heated with turn signal indicator so it appears that the part number is 96301-9DD1C. The OEM mirror seems to be

$400, but I also see aftermarket options for

$80 (like this Brock-branded one). I’d be willing to give one a shot at that price, but it’s not clear what they look like as compared to the OEM mirror. Has anyone bought a third party mirror that looks like the OEM one?

Interesting, looks like a local junkyard has a couple for $125 each. The crash pics of one are a bit scary though.

Interesting, looks like a local junkyard has a couple for $125 each. The crash pics of one are a bit scary though.

I thought even the S had power mirrors. Probably not heated or auto-tilt though.

I got cute while trying to back my 2016 SV out of a tight space and cracked the plastic housing on my passenger side mirror. The glass is intact and it still works fine, so I’ve been hoping to stumble across a reasonably priced replacement on ebay (new or used).

According to the window sticker, my mirrors are heated with turn signal indicator so it appears that the part number is 96301-9DD1C. The OEM mirror seems to be

$400, but I also see aftermarket options for

$80 (like this Brock-branded one). I’d be willing to give one a shot at that price, but it’s not clear what they look like as compared to the OEM mirror. Has anyone bought a third party mirror that looks like the OEM one?

It’s been two years when you account for general laziness and the pandemic, but I finally got around to finding a reasonably priced replacement at a salvage yard (part# was 96301-4RA1C for heated mirror w/turn signal). It took me about 20 minutes to swap out (being very careful not to scratch anything), and the only tools I needed were a small slotted screwdriver to gently pry off a couple of small plastic covers and a 10mm socket to remove two bolts from the door and three nuts from the mirror.

I found the pictures in this front door speaker replacement guide (link) to be a good resource, although I didn’t have to remove the entire door panel to swap out the mirror.

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