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    I want to share a mod I did to my car. It looks good IMO better than stock. This is something GM should have done to our cars. I have seen kits for over $250.00 or more but did not want to spend that much. I went to the junk yard and got this one from a 98 Tahoe. I bought a e-brake handle for the SS and mirror for $20. While there I got the temp sensor as well at a great price. Now the problem was how to make it work?? lol
    After looking for a way to make it work I have it installed. I am will miss the lights on the other mirror.. Thanks for looking everyone..




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      Thanks everyone. & thanks ls1.com
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