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Raxiom Directional Sideview Mirrors (05-09 All)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Custom Styling
    • Additional Safety
    • Fit 2005-2009 Mustangs
    • Sold as a Set of Two

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    So the SpeedForm Agent 47 Retro-Style mirrors would be a great choice for the early S197 owners out there looking to make a rather large departure from those boring rectangular factory mirrors and go with a bullet-style shape, better-fitting the retro lines of the '05 to '09 cars.Now, these satin black options are currently the highest-rated and most popular after-market mirror on the site with well over 100-plus five star reviews and they are gonna land you right around that $200 price point for the pair. Now this is going to involve a little bit of work for the install but I'm still going one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter here and we will talk a little bit more about that later in the video. So again, these mirrors will definitely appeal to the '05 to '09 owners out there who are looking to make a pretty decent change to the appearance, but for not a lot of money. And sure, I'll admit that swapping mirrors at least on the surface might not seem like it's a huge deal or would make a huge impact to the overall styling. But honestly, guys, I disagree. And here is why. Listen. The factory mirrors on these '05 to '09 cars, you drive them, you know the deal, looks like they're better suited for an F150 as opposed to a sports car or a pony car. They're big, they're black, and they really don't flow too well with the lines of the early S197 cars. So to help fix that, a couple of companies, including SpeedForm here, do offer a few different retro style mirrors a little better-fitting of that retro redesign of the '05 to '09 Mustangs.Now, MMD will also offer you a pre-painted or matte black variation of the mirrors here while the SpeedForms that are currently on my table will be your only option in satin black on the site that does boast that modern kind of twist on the classic bullet mirror design. Now, if you did want to eventually paint these guys to switch up the look a little bit, maybe match them to the color of your car, you do have that option as well as the SpeedForm mirrors are paintable.Construction-wise, things are very simple here, guys. You're looking at a durable automotive grade ABS plastic for the housing itself along with some fresh glass for the mirrors themselves. You will notice, however, there's no motors included with these guys so you will need to swap those over from your factory mirrors over to the new housing and we will cover that a little bit more in the install portion.You're also going to be reusing the hardware from the factory mirrors in addition to the studs and weather stripping so don't expect to be receiving all of that with the new mirrors here. Instead, you're simply just receiving the housings themselves along with the fresh glass.Now, I will say the one and possibly only drawback to making the switch to an aftermarket mirror like this is gonna be the slight reduction in visibility as you are reducing the size of the glass itself in the mirrors. Definitely not a deal breaker for you guys out there but it is something to be aware of when installing these things for the very first time.Now, speaking of the installation, this one does involve a few steps but it is relatively straightforward so expect a solid one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter from me, maybe an hour or so from start to finish depending on how fast you like to work.Tool list is very simple here, gang. Expect to use a basic socket set in addition to a Torx bit set as well which will be used to help you transfer those motors from the factory mirrors over to the new SpeedForm options.Getting started, you will need to remove those factory mirrors first, so go ahead and pop off the plastic cover to expose the three nuts securing the factory mirrors to your door. Remove those and set those factory mirrors aside. At this point, you will need to swap those motors over to the new SpeedForm housing so remove the glass carefully and grab your torques tool to remove the three torque screws securing the motor to the factory housings. Transfer those motors over to the new mirrors and secure them with the hardware you just removed. With the motors in place, go ahead and install the new glass on your SpeedForm mirrors and transfer over the factory foam weather stripping to the new housings themselves before installing back onto the door area. Reinstall the three nuts and the factory plastic and your installation is complete.So if you're one of the many S197 owners out there who really aren't too crazy about those truck style factory mirrors, you'll definitely want to check out the extremely popular SpeedForm Agent 47 mirrors right here at americanmuscle.com.

    Custom Styling. Now you can add a custom touch of European styling to your Mustang with a set of directional side view mirrors.

    Additional Safety. These Mustang Side View Mirrors feature integrated directional turn signals so others drivers can clearly see you on the road.

    Fitment. The Directional Side View Mirrors are designed to fit all 2005 to 2009 Mustangs and easily splice into the factory wiring with the supplied connectors.

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Details

    MPN# 94327

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Drivers Side Mirror
    • (1) Passenger Side Mirror
    • (1) Pig Tail Wires
    Installation Info
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        5 Top Rated Questions

        Installed these on a 06 GT with sequential tailights. Every time I hit the brakes they light up. Does anyone else have this issue?

        • Yes - I have the same set-up on a 2006 GT with the same problem. I have a e-mail in to Raxiom o see if there are any solutions.

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        How hard are they to wire up and were do the wires go to

        • The Raxiom Directional Sideview Mirrors will require a 2 wire hookup. The wires will pass through the door panel, into the pass through between the door and the body, and then run to be hooked to your turn signal wiring. Detailed instructions can be found below: https://lib.americanmuscle.com/files/94327-manu.pdf

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        Are you able to change the bulbs when they blow out, or do you have to replace the entire mirror each time ?

        • Yes the light bulbs are be replaceable.

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        So what’s the actual color code on these wires that are supposed to be used. It’s not white/red dark pink/red...that’s for the brake lights/turn signals. So every time you press the brake pedal they turn on. Unless this is working as intended, which I think is not. Why haven’t these directions been updated?? They been posted like this for over 5 years?

        After installing the mirrors has anyone noticed that you can't see the lights in the daytime? I barely see them in the day light. Is there a way to make them brighter?

        • With some time, you may be able to get in there and change out the bulbs, however these are not designed to be able to do that, so you would be doing this at your own risk.

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        10 More Questions
        The passenger side lights have stopped working, how do i replace the bulb? I see a screw at the middle bottom of the inside of the mirror, will this release the bulb housing? 0 answer
        I didn't see the plug for the mirror controls on these mirrors. Do you still have this function with your mirror upgrades? 1 answer
        As the 2009 and 2013 Mustangs look very similar with respect to the mirrors, can these be adapted to a 2013 V6 Coupe? I cannot find anything close to this as a European solution for my car. these would be excellent. I note that someone has poted a review where their details suggest they own a 2012 V8. Many thanks. 1 answer
        Does it come in a pair or sold seperate. 1 answer
        Are these supplied with motors? 1 answer
        will i be able to put the switch back style bulbs in these mirrors? in other words can i pull the light out to replace/upgrade bulbs or is it fitted with lifetime bulbs? 1 answer
        Will the Axial Puddle Lamp Kit be able to be installed in these? 1 answer
        Are they power mirrors? 1 answer
        Does the mirror retain electric adjustment? Will the extra bulbs overload the SJB? 1 answer
        Will this fit 2013 V6 convertible? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (73) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.2

          out of 5 stars




          • 5/5

            June 13, 2019

            great replacement to OEM

            Quick install and direct replacement fit, no issues with install and use. I would recommend not going overboard with the torquing down of the nuts. There are 3 per side.

            JosephG

            Year: 2005 Submodel: V6

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            June 02, 2019

            Great mirrors, bad directions

            Like many others here, I wanted to add a unique touch to my Pony, and these Raxiom mirrors look OEM from the pix. Mixed reviews on the labor intensive wiring to get them up and running, but I decided to get them and have a go. I did all of the wiring myself - I didn't have a stereo shop install them since others here are quoting $300 or so for labor and that's ridiculous. As others have stated, get Sean Settle's directions from this site and throw away the paper that comes with the mirrors - those directions are wrong. However, Sean's directions also have an error - the Page 16 tells you to disconnect the third plug from the top - it's actually the fourth (furthest away from the blue peg). You'll find the blue/orange (passenger) and gray/black (driver) wires in that plug. I lost a day testing wires and asking for help on forums due to this error. The install is straightforward. Start with passenger side first. Pull the door panel and run the wires using a flexible cable wire chase. This is a must! If not, you'll have trouble getting the turn signal wires through the door boot and into the cabin. Patience is key when fishing wires, but with the flexible wire chase getting the wires into the cabin didn't take that long. I was worried since Sean's directions had him drilling holes in the drivers side kick panel, but using the chase I was able to get the wire inside no problem, no drilling needed. You will need an extra length of wire to run the drivers side mirror wiring over to the passenger side kick panel, so be prepared! The mirrors themselves look OEM. Other reviewers have noted that the mirrors distort the view but mine do not have that issue - the motors work great, the LED turn signals are bright! They are visible from the front and side of the car - a great safety enhancement IMO. If you are handy, you'll want to pick up a set before they are gone! I have never seen these "in the wild" and I think the enhanced safety aspect is well worth the price of admission and the effort to wire them up. I give 5 stars for the mirrors, 4 stars to Sean Settle, and 0 stars for the directions that came in the box.

            MrKABC

            Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            May 30, 2019

            Great addition to my ride.

            Came packaged well. Easy to install, a little time consuming to drape the wires but works like a charm. Glad I bought them.

            BobReynolds

            Year: 2009 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            May 25, 2019

            Good

            Good but could not figure what wire to tap into for signal to work

            Zmarcum

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            May 18, 2019

            great addition

            this was a very easy replacement, well the door panels needed to be removed in order to wire them, however, easy instruction, perfect fit, love them

            JoergW

            Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            May 02, 2019

            Turns heads without screaming aftermarket!

            Very classy upgrade if you want to use that term... If you're like me then you probably like subtle yet noticeable upgrades that'll get you the head nod from the guy in the $70k M5 versus the head nod from the Honda Civic guy with the fog horn for a muffler... I've had several mustang guys ask if it was a factory option only for the legend lime edition lol.

            SlimeLegend

            Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            April 15, 2019

            Side mirrors replacing

            Mirrors look great, since I have sequential tail lights they activate when I press the brake but I'm ok with it, routing the wires for them is what took the longest, happy with end result though.

            JoshH

            Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            April 10, 2019

            They’re great

            A direct bolt on! Highly recommended! If you’re thinking of getting them, do it!

            Brian111

            Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            April 07, 2019

            Great price for a good product

            These mirrors really add to the look of my mustang especially at night.

            KevinW

            Year: 2008 Submodel: V6

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          • 2/5

            April 07, 2019

            Good luck!

            Installing these mirrors was a complete nightmare. Worse project I ever encountered working on mustangs! Lol. All the negative reviews are absolutely correct. If you buy them I beg you to pay someone to install them. Unless I’m just a noob that doesn’t have the skill set. The instructions are vague. They leave out at least 6-7 steps. The electrical clips don’t even splice correctly for one. (Mirror wires are to small a gage) The mirrors themselves don’t fit snug against the weather stripping. Trying to decipher what the colors are on the harness is a joke. (Maybe my eyes are bad). I had 4 wires that looked Dark pink/white on passenger side. The red whites were maybe fading or something idk or I had poor lighting. Drivers side instructions say to use a stiff wire tool to pull the mirror wires through into the interior..yeah that is something I’d like to see on video how they did that considering there’s a computer box you have to remove underneath the dash and other components in the way that makes it much much harder than the passenger side. Let alone the connecter right at the door jamb on the car body leading to the interior where you have 2 inches of room to jimmy it in blindly. I got the wire through the door grommet dongle but not through inside the car yet because I have no idea how I’m gonna do it. I just tucked it under the weather stripping for now and laid it along the sill. Maybe a coat hanger might help who knows. Props to the guys and gals who succeeded getting this done the way they did. Now I have to manage warped side mirror covers that they keep sending. American muscle has been great about all tech help, but I must be that guy that gets the bad stuff. Lol

            AllenS

            Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            March 30, 2019

            Wire identification and routing

            Harness wiring color and location were the hardest part. Do not try to route through boot between door and body. Took me forever 2nd one I just cut a slit in the boot and passed the wires easier.

            Sephult

            Year: 2006 Submodel: V6

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          • 2/5

            March 18, 2019

            Not happy

            First, the plastic doesn't seal around the rubber at the top point which lets water in the mirrors and the door, Second, the wiring is so hard I only got one done in a a day. The colors on the wiring harness are very hard to see and there are 2 that look the same and one that is close to the colors,so after 3 tries I finally got the right one and trying to fish the wires through the door and the wiring harness are virtually impossible because you can't see where they come out.

            MM

            Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            March 03, 2019

            Great Product

            Easy install and looks great. No problems at all and have had them now for almost 2 years

            JoeT

            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            February 27, 2019

            Game changer!

            Love the way these look. Every mustang should have came from factory with these side mirrors. Now I get asked for them every car meet I go to. I send them to American muscle.

            Jaystang

            Year: 2005 Submodel: V6

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          • 5/5

            February 26, 2019

            Sideview Mirrors

            Sweet addition to my '08 mustang. I mainly bought them for safety measures. A little extra blinkers adds extra caution to the other drivers! Although the installation took 4 hours! Yet, my Stang looks HOT! Rebeca

            Rebeca

            Year: 2008 Submodel: V6

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          • 5/5

            February 01, 2019

            Directional Sideview Mirrors

            I am so glad I did this. I love little things to make my Mustang cool. And adding the mirrors made my 05 have a modern look at very little cost. Plus added safety feature by having the extra lights was a no brainer. Upgrade your mirrors boy and girls Joe

            JoeN

            Year: 2005 Submodel: V6

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          • 5/5

            January 30, 2019

            Raxiom side directional mirrors

            Mirrors are awesome! Looks great, and even better when the lights flash!

            JoeD

            Year: 2006 Submodel: V6

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          • 5/5

            January 19, 2019

            Awesome

            Really great once all said and done but directions are so wrong

            rivasbullies

            Year: 2005 Submodel: V6

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          • 3/5

            January 08, 2019

            Meh.

            Mirrors arrived today. Initial observations are that they look cheap, with a heavy surface texture on the plastic. Seams were evident and visible from several feet and the lens cover is smoked rather than clear. Add to that the installation instruction issues everyone has already noted - I can't say this product inspires any confidence regarding durability - at all. Expect Chinese import quality, not Ford OEM, and you won't be disappointed.

            Jericho

            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (4)

          • 5/5

            January 03, 2019

            Nice

            Looks good on my 06 mustang everyone has been asking me about these mirrors I direct them to this website.I would recommend these mirrors.

            JerryW

            Year: 2006 Submodel: V6

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