Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Mirrors
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Mirrors: Problems and Reasons
We're at a complete loss as to why the mirrors inside the house aren't enough for one's vanity. It's as if we're at a time when the car mirrors are installed because car drivers need to be able to check how they look every fifteen minutes when they're inside the car. But we don't blame them; it's hard not to feed our self-confidence every time we see our reflections in the mirror. So to make sure that the mirrors do not fail us during these ego-boosting moments, we listed the solutions to common problems experienced with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 mirrors.
Mirrors with scratches
It is impossible to avoid getting scratches on your car mirrors, particularly the side mirrors, since they are very exposed to the environment. Road debris can hit them, other cars can hit them, and your neighborhood's children can just scratch them for the fun of it. But before you start beating up random kids at your street, you should know that mirrors can get scratched my other things.
Scrapes and marks can also be caused by the cloth you are using when you clean the mirrors. You could be using a rough cloth or newspapers. Either of these, no matter how damp they are, risks hurting the coating of the mirrors as well as damage them.
Mirrors that are loose
Also a common event is when you find the car mirrors to be loosely hanging. Loose rear view mirrors and side view mirrors would not be able to give you the desired angle, hence depriving you a good look at the approaching cars and a good glance at your beautiful face. These problems aren't actually a case of brand difference; any car mirror product is bound to get loose some time.
The mirrors can go loose because of three things: one, the constant readjustments on them; two, the hard slamming of the doors; three, old age. The constant shakes of your car and the repetitive adjustments of their angle are enough to slowly loosen the bolts of the mirrors, while the strong slamming of the doors is a sudden force that can shake the mirrors out.