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Old 04-13-2008, 04:10 AM   #1
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The RH mirror on my E350 chassis wants to tilt down after every bump. It is a hassel to constantly have to "bump" it back up so I can see the road down that side of the rig. Is there any user available fix?

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The RH mirror on my E350 chassis wants to tilt down after every bump. It is a hassel to constantly have to "bump" it back up so I can see the road down that side of the rig. Is there any user available fix?

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I see this is your first post - Welcome to IRV2!

I would guess the internal plastic gear mechanism is defective. That should be a Ford part on an E350 chassis and a Ford dealer parts dept should have parts diagrams that show it. Might even be covered under the Ford warranty if the rig is near new.
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