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Dorman 955 1536 Toyota Sienna Replacement Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
🚘 Car Mirrors & Parts, 🚗 Exterior Car Accessories

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Lift TypePower
Fit TypeVehicle Specific Fit

Description of Dorman 955 1536 Toyota Sienna Replacement

Perfect replacement - reverse engineered to look, fit and function exactly like the original door mirror on your vehicle's specific year, make and model. Complete assembly - includes same mirror glass, housing, bracket and technology as the original part that came on the vehicle. Cost-effective and reliable - functions similarly to the original part but is much less expensive than getting a replacement from the dealership or original manufacturer. Easy installation - no special tools or equipment is necessary for installing this new part. Ensure fit - to make sure this part fits your exact vehicle, input your make, model and trim level into the Amazon Garage.


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Revainrating 3 out of 5

Not Worth the Money

Thanks to my knowledge gained in practice, I can confidently say this product is a waste of money. The mirror did not fit properly and had a poor quality build. The only positive was the quick delivery time. Save yourself the hassle and invest in a better replacement mirror.

  • Easy to install
  • Only compatible with Toyota Sienna

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works great, great savings.

This was a great purchase for my 2005 Toyota Sienna. My husband installed it easily and I had no problems with it. Works great with electric control, there is no vibration or anything like that while driving. It works like new. So glad I didn't have to go through Toyota saved me a bunch of $$$

  • Automotive
  • Not sure

Revainrating 2 out of 5

You get what you pay for

It works but the mirror vibrates. It's uncomfortable to watch when the car is in motion. I've already spent several hours painting and installing it by removing the door panel. It should not be returned. Update 11/26/14: I put adhesive wheel weights on the back of the mirror as suggested by Dorman to dampen the vibration - it didn't help much. I also glued a piece of neoprene foam between the mirror and the body - no luck, still vibrates. A Toyota original painted mirror costs about $400. I…

  • Replacement parts
  • Unbelievable price