I have a Wink mirror in my Corolla. Get two of the window mount kits, those will mount to the windshield and hold it. If you put it in the right spot you can still use your visors. -Wife would kill me if I took those out, lol.
I was thinking of doing that to my 2011 a while ago but never did.
Think you could take a pic or two for me to show how it fits and looks? Thanks!
__________________ 2011 Corolla LE MGM
Dealer Tint | LED Headlight Strips | PA System | Boss Audio Amp |
2x 10" Sony Xplod Subs | Fiamm Horns | DIY Intake Mod | Magnaflow | HIR Low Beams |
+1 to both comments. On top of that I think they look like crap IMO. Just my 2c.
+2 I never understood the full mirrors. I think it's for people who don't know how to adjust their side mirrors properly... If you're remotely tall they block so much, and to me I would think there is a good chance you could get messed up pretty badly by one in the event of a bad accident. I'll pass.
Yes it is although i do not know why it is there because the inside of the handle has a proximity sensor that activates and opens the lock when your hand passes over it to pull the handle open.
It's for locking up the car when you've parked.
After closing all doors, just touch the black button, and all doors locked. It'll not lock if you have the transponder inside the car as my wife have a few times leaving her jacket with the transponder in the pocket.
Standard on all 10 gen Canadian LE's.
LE, Smart Key, Limousine tint, Back-up camera and sensor. M.I.C. 7" DVD.
love the smart key as i don't have to dig for keys when I have my hands full. I just got even more lazy and ordered an add-on for my compustar so that when i get close to my car it will unlock\disarm and lock\arm on its own.
Got a 300mm Flat Broadway mirror off CL for $10. I already ordered a 360mm Convex but, for this cheap, I couldn't help but say why not. It does give a slightly more zoomed in view, wider view of the rear window and it makes it seem like you have no tint at all (very clear), but it functions the same as your normal rearview. If you had to get a Broadway, you should get a convex. The flats are nice and help a bit, but you'd be better off buying a convex overall.
For those that don't know, the Broadway's just clip over your OEM rearview mirror. No hassle at all.
2010 Barcelona Red Metallic Corolla S
to keep on topic, today i removed my amp in search of a smaller one (size and power) to mount under the seat. Anyone got one they want to trade? Mine is a 1500watt (stable at 1ohm)! Just too big of size for under our passenger seat
-StL gas has been around 3.08-3.17ish this week from what I saw
not one to trade. but if you are interested in selling it soon lmk
Current||2010 Nissan Altima Coupe 2.5 6MT _____________________Retired||2010 Corolla S
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