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CIPA Rearview Mirror with Map Lights and Day/Night Switch - 10" Long

CIPA Mirrors

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Code:   CM36000



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CIPA Mirrors - CM36000

This 10" CIPA replacement rearview mirror installs easily, fits most vehicles, and features a day/night thumb switch and map lights.


  • Day/night switch reduces headlight glare
  • Dual map lights provide downward illumination that won't interfere with driver's vision
  • Included bracket fits most OEM mirror mountings (both camlock and wedge styles)
  • Made in USA


  • Dimensions: 10" long x 2-1/2" tall
  • FMVSS approved
  • 1-Year limited warranty

36000 CIPA Day/Night Rearview Mirror with Map Lights - 10" Long

Customer Reviews

CIPA Rearview Mirror with Map Lights and Day/Night Switch - 10" Long - CM36000

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

This 10" CIPA replacement rearview mirror installs easily, fits most vehicles, and features a day/night thumb switch and map lights.

- CM36000

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Jim07/26/2013

Easy to install and hardware kit is exc ellent. 91690


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  • Where to Connect Power Wire for CIPA Mirror # 36000 on a 2010 Toyota Yaris.
  • The spade terminal power input wire to the CIPA Rearview Mirror #36000 connects to any ignition-controlled wire. Using a continuity tester or multi-meter, check for a wire exiting the fuse block that is controlled by the ignition key (that is, a wire that carries voltage only when the ignition key is in the "on" position). It is important that a key-controlled wire be used to power the mirror or the mirror will remain powered at all times, resulting in excessive battery drain. If you...
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  • Compatibility of Cipa Replacement Interior Rear View Mirror With Factory Wiring of 2000 Chevy Impala
  • The Cipa mirror you're referring to, part # CM36000 won't be compatible with the factory wiring plug that connects to your existing mirror. The mirror includes its own wiring harness, which would follow the existing wiring over to the A pillar, where it would run down under the dash, where the wiring would ground to the chassis and connect to an ignition controller power source. The installation procedure is outlined in the installation instructions, which I've linked for you.
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  • Does the CIPA Rearview Mirror # CM36000 Use Separate Batteries or the Vehicle Battery for Power
  • The Cipa Rearview Mirror, # CM36000, comes with wires that connect to the vehicle battery. This mirror does not use its own batteries. I have attached the installation instructions for you to check out. This mirror comes with enough wire to route around the windshield so you do not have wires hanging down to the dash.
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  • Will The CIPA Rearview Mirror, # CM36000, Use The Factory Wiring Harness On A 1999 Buick Century
  • The CIPA Rearview Mirror, # CM36000, will come with a wiring harness that will plug into the mirror. Then, the harness will install along side the factory harness and tap into a ignition controlled wire on your wiring harness and a ground wire that will need to be grounded where the factory harness is grounded. The factory wiring harness in your 1999 Buick Century Limited will not plug into this mirror. The # CM36000 mirror is made to fit on a wedge mount. To check if your car has a...
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  • Replacement Rear View Mirror for a 2012 Honda Accord
  • From what I could see, the rear view mirror on a 2012 Honda Accord is a camlock mount type of mirror. This style as a little metal plate glued to the inside of the windshield and the mirror leg slides over it and snaps into place. Take a look at the instructions for a similar mirror as an example. The other type is a wedge mount, see link. These have a little set screw that tightens the mirror to the metal piece that is glued to the windshield.
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