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2000 Toyota Avalon side view mirror replacement - identify this connector pls

Good afternoon all,

I need to replace the power mirror on a 2000 Avalon. It's not heated and does not have memory, yet when I ordered what was supposed to be the direct replacement the connector was totally wrong (i.e. it had about half the pins).

I could be wrong, but I think the mirror that is on the car now was intended for a vehicle with heated mirror and memory options even though the car was not purchased with either of those options. At least that would explain the larger connector and additional pins.

Can you please help me identify the type of replacement I will need? Below is an image of the connector that is on the existing mirror. Any help would be appreciated.

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Good afternoon all,

I need to replace the power mirror on a 2000 Avalon. It's not heated and does not have memory, yet when I ordered what was supposed to be the direct replacement the connector was totally wrong (i.e. it had about half the pins).

I could be wrong, but I think the mirror that is on the car now was intended for a vehicle with heated mirror and memory options even though the car was not purchased with either of those options. At least that would explain the larger connector and additional pins.

Can you please help me identify the type of replacement I will need? Below is an image of the connector that is on the existing mirror. Any help would be appreciated.

My 04 with memory w/o heat has 14 pins, all but three pins are used.

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your connector is for 2000-2004 XLS w/these options....

OEM part #87940AC030C0
replaced by part #TO1320209 (after market)

10-hole 9-prong connector
Power
Heated
With memory feature

how many wires go into this connector from the rear? 3 or 4? you may have to jury rig it (splice the wiring) and use the old connectors, your car may have been wired for a fully loaded Avalon but wasn't/isn't fully loaded.....My toyota 4runner is like that I have the SR5 SE but it had the extra wiring for a limited model....

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Mine has 14 pins, and Rock Auto said they don't have a mirror with 14 pins, so don't buy your mirror from Rockauto.com
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Does anyone have a connection diagram for the 14 pin and the 10 pin connector? I have a non-heated mirror with memory and auto-dimming, but cannot seem to find this mirror anywhere other than the dealership at $600 a pop. I purchased a mirror like the one above, but simple color matching on the wires did not get me totally there. Was able to move mirror up and down, but not side to side. Have a light blue vs a dark blue that I wonder about connecting and also a light green and purple that has no match that I am guessing is for the auto-dimming feature.
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2002 Toyota Avalon Side Mirror

I bought a couple of Kool Vue heated mirrors for my 2002 Toyota Avalon form CarParts.com. Price was great, service was not. The mirror fit the body perfectly, but my car has 10-pin connectors for the side mirrors, the Kool Vue only has 6 (the product description is pretty lacking on CarParts). I'm a handy electronics wirer/solderer, but I don't have the wiring diagram for either mirror so haven't been able to splice the new wires into the old connector.

Anybody had this problem before - do you know how to map the wires from the 6-pin power, heated mirror to the 10-pin mirror? Thanks!
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I am looking at the wiring diagram for the left side mirror on the 2001 Avalon.

According to the diagram, the #1, #2, and #3 pins are used to control the two axis control motors, and pins #6-9 are used for the heater circuit. Pin #2 Y-G, M+ is the common lead, and pin #1 is BR-W, MH, and pin #3 is BR-Y, MV.

On the right side, the same pins are used: pin #1 is LG, MH; pin #2 is Y-G, M+; pin #3 is LG-B, MV.

Wire colors are indicated by an alphabetical code.
B = Black
W = White
BR = Brown
L = Blue
V = Violet
SB = Sky Blue
R = Red
G = Green
LG = Light Green
P = Pink
Y = Yellow
GR = Gray
O = Orange
The first letter indicates the basic wire color and the second letter indicates the color of the stripe.

I have not tested ANY of this, I have ONLY read the pirint set.

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6-pin vs. 10-pin mirror connector

Thanks, I'll try splicing the 6-wires from the new mirror to the old 10-pin connector and provide details in a new post if I can get it to work. It doesn't look like the wire colors on the mirror match, so I'm going to try to press the vendor for those connection details.
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which models use the 6 hole 5 pin and which use the 10 Hole 9 Pin Connector?

Is is the Avalon Non Memory Seats that is 5 pin and the Memory seats is 9 pin?

2009 Matrix Base 1.8L
2001 Avalon XLS

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