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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

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Touched it a year ago, haven't touched it since.
Sounds a little personal......

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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

i noticed this too. I thought it was the way i sat in my seat or was leaning a different way while driving. Guess the mirrors are not tight enough from the factory.

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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

That's the thing... everyone is reporting that the mirror is tight. Why it's moving to the point that you need to readjust it every so often is the mystery.
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That's the thing... everyone is reporting that the mirror is tight. Why it's moving to the point that you need to readjust it every so often is the mystery.
What is strange to me is that it doesn't seem to move while driving, when I get home its fine, it's always the next morning when I get in to leave it has moved down enough that I need to correct it. It does feel tight everytime i readjust. Not a huge deal just strange.
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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

I would think that everyone is having this problem where the mirror needs to be adjusted every few days. Anyone able to say that they don't have this problem?? It is annoying having to drive with the mirror not in the optimum position until you decide it is out enough to re-adjust it again.


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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

Hasn't happened to me. My build date is 5/14 if that matters.
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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

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i noticed this too. I thought it was the way i sat in my seat or was leaning a different way while driving. Guess the mirrors are not tight enough from the factory.

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Suspect they are just damned heavy and suspended too far from their center of gravity. I can commute for a week and never touch it, but after half a day of "whoopee, its a Jeep" driving, I begin to see more and more of the rear area below the window...
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What is strange to me is that it doesn't seem to move while driving, when I get home its fine, it's always the next morning when I get in to leave it has moved down enough that I need to correct it. It does feel tight everytime i readjust. Not a huge deal just strange.
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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

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What is strange to me is that it doesn't seem to move while driving, when I get home its fine, it's always the next morning when I get in to leave it has moved down enough that I need to correct it. It does feel tight everytime i readjust. Not a huge deal just strange.
Have you checked in that pool of water in your battery box to see if there's an octopus living there that only comes out at night?
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Have you checked in that pool of water in your battery box to see if there's an octopus living there that only comes out at night?
Lol i know it sounds stupid. Maybe something with sitting in the sun all day then cool off at night. Who knows guess it doesnt really matter
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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

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I would think that everyone is having this problem where the mirror needs to be adjusted every few days. Anyone able to say that they don't have this problem?? It is annoying having to drive with the mirror not in the optimum position until you decide it is out enough to re-adjust it again.


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We got our GC in early April of this year, currently around 5800 miles on it. I am the only driver, adjusted the mirror in April, have not had to touch it since.
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Re: Inside Rearview Mirror Adjustment

Maybe they made a correction for newer units. Mine is a March 2013 build. Maybe if we get enough posts with build dates we can find out if a fix or replacement is needed. Mine has had the problem since new.


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