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Old 12-02-2018, 09:08 AM   #1
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I have a 2004 Sun Voyager. The right side mirror keeps moving in while I'm driving. Every time I stop and adjust it then get back on the road the wind catches it and moves it back in. Does anyone here know of a fix for this?
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I have a 2004 Sun Voyager. The right side mirror keeps moving in while I'm driving. Every time I stop and adjust it then get back on the road the wind catches it and moves it back in. Does anyone here know of a fix for this?
Is this the type with grub screws allen head drive? If so, back out all of them and lube the screws. Then have someone hold the mirror while you return the screws equal amounts till they snug up. Now you can crank them down one at a time till they are very snug. That should hold it. The lube allows you to get a really good torque on them as they tend to get all gummed up with corrosion and you think you have tightened them but have barely overcome the corrosion.
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i had the same issue, had to pull the little rubber plug and it is an allen head so i agree with the previous post.
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i had the same issue, had to pull the little rubber plug and it is an allen head so i agree with the previous post.
Thanks for the info. I gave up looking for any adjustment screw and since I had to have other work done on my MH I am having them fix it.
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