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Thread: Rear view mirror with home link and compass

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    Rear view mirror with home link and compass

    Okay probably not a necessity but I wanted one in my Delorean. Just installed today so still have to fix some things but I think it looks appropriate in the Delorean and now I can open my garage and gate with the mirror like a modern vehicle. . IMG_6836.jpgIMG_7408.jpgIMG_6829.jpgIMG_7411.jpg

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    Nice! Does it have auto-dimming as well? That is something that I really would like, based on the ride height in comparison to modern SUV headlamps.

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    Did you use two sided adhesive tape to attach it? Using glue has been known to crack windshields in the past.

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    Super!!

    Ok, where can this mirror be bought from and how does installation go?
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    Senior Member DMCFL Brandon's Avatar
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    Looks awesome, Carl! Post up some info on it so we can copy you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by burch View Post
    Nice! Does it have auto-dimming as well? That is something that I really would like, based on the ride height in comparison to modern SUV headlamps.
    Hello, yes it does. Just installed it yesterday so will see how it works out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AugustneverEnds View Post
    Super!!

    Ok, where can this mirror be bought from and how does installation go?
    Any modern car should work, mine is actually from I believe a 16 Kia Optima SX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morpheus View Post
    Looks awesome, Carl! Post up some info on it so we can copy you!
    Thank you Brandon, I am getting the tint redone in a couple of weeks so figured I would go ahead and do this install now, so I don't damage the new tint. I know I told you before I was looking at adding the mirror as I have had it for a while but didn't really see much info on here about it. It was pretty easy with the OEM Kia mirror, all the needed wiring came with the kit.

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    I had one of those. Got stolen.
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    I like it all, especially the autodimming, except for the compass - reminds me of too many GM products.

    Could it be turned off ?
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