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Regular use of your mirrors is an essential part of safe driving. You need to be aware of what is happening around you all the time. Operating your car or truck with a damaged or missing side view mirror is dangerous. Donít risk the high cost of tickets or impound fees, or have your vehicle fail inspection. Get direct replacements by Replace for your factory originals at affordable prices. You can read more information about Replace at CARiD.com.

Find out more information about direct replacement side mirrors created by Replace here:
http://www.carid.com/2009-jeep-commander-side-mirrors/replace-side-mirror-1102651.html

* Direct replacement;
* Installs the same as factory unit, requires no modifications;
* Backed by a limited lifetime warranty;
* Good to fit: Jeep Commander 2009;

Here also is a link to general Replace side mirrors installation instructions. Take a look, hope you find it helpful:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDBl1InWixQ

Here is a couple of examples:

Direct replacement side mirror by TYC:
http://www.carid.com/2009-jeep-commander-side-mirrors/tyc-side-mirrors-10775999.html

* Direct replacement;
* Heated;
* Installs the same as factory unit, no modifications required;
* Limited lifetime warranty;
* Listed as a confirmed fit for Jeep Commander 2009;

Black power side mirror created by Sherman for Commander:
http://www.carid.com/2009-jeep-commander-side-mirrors/sherman-side-mirrors-33212803.html

* Built to exact OEM dimensions;
* Power, heated, folding, textured black;
* Full assembly, with mirror glass;
* Installs with no modifications;
* Backed by a limited lifetime warranty;

Also check out this pair of power side mirrors by Omix-Ada:
http://www.carid.com/2009-jeep-commander-side-mirrors/omix-ada-side-mirrors-4289637.html

* With power operation;
* Backed by a 5-year limited warranty;

So, whether you have power mirrors, heated mirrors, folding mirrors or built-in turn signal mirrors, check all available options here: Jeep Commander side view mirrors at CARiD

Before you hit the road, adjust your side and rear view mirrors so that you have clear visibility in each of them and remember "Objects in mirror are closer than they appear".


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how well do these match to the poem? I need to replace the drivers side but not the pass... will it look off?
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In my experience, there are better places to skimp on aftermarket parts than mirrors. Aftermarket mirrors are often shaky, making them difficult to actually use, regardless of if they match. That said, I've never gotten a Dorman product I wasn't happy with, and it appears Dorman makes replacement mirrors, so it might be worth a shot.

I'm pretty sure I'm screwed if I ever need a mirror replacement though, as body color-matched power-folding auto-dimming mirrors are not easy to come by...

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I have actually looked into buying one of these because I have 2 side view camera's that I would like to fit into the mirror arm body and I don't want to drill a hole in the OEM's until I see the inside.


PS yes, I'm to lazy to take off the ones on the Jeep now just to look inside of it, and it hasn't been warm in a while here.

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Yes these replacement mirrors are identical to the OEM ones that came with the vehicle, so you will see no difference in fitment and the quality.


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Are these going to shake like the factory ones do?
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Are these going to shake like the factory ones do?
The factory ones shack because the plastic pins inside break they didn't shake when they were new. Replacing them with new mirrors will correct the problem.


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Are these going to shake like the factory ones do?
Mine don't shake
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