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Northsky1947

2019 Silverado mirrror problems

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I bought a 2019 Silverado RST a couple of months ago.  The driver's side mirror vibrates at higher speeds (60mph) and above.  The dealership replaced the mirror and it was a bit better but still vibrates.  I've contacted the Chevrolet Customer Assistance but they haven't come up with a solution yet.  Anyone else had any mirrors issues?

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I've noticed mine vibrating as well. Not that bad though. My last truck vibrated so much I thought it was going to fall out. 

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Yeah my driver's side vibrates pretty good and the chrome shell on the passenger side keeps separating from the rest of the mirror. 

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No vibration from mine....maybe it has to do with thetype of mirror........mine are the standard ones with only remote adjust, spot mirror and defrost heaters, no cameras, radar or puddle lights.

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Thanks for the info for other GM owners.  Needless to say I'm a bit disappointed with this problem.  I have owned much cheaper vehicles and never had these problems.  Hopefully, Chevrolet can come up with a solution.  I think some of the mirrors are being manufactured with defects.

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Yes! Same problem here with my Trail Boss. My friends RST does the exact same thing also! So annoying. Let me know if they find a fix

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I've noticed a slight vibration in my drivers side mirror as well.  My solution is; I run it all the way out and all the way in, and then into desired position.  This seems to correct it for a little while.

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If putting tension on it, by motoring it out and back works, then fades over time, it  sounds like there may be some play in the adjustment/assembly.

 

whos going to be the first to peel off the glass

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