Clearview Mirrors will not fall off or blow back in the event of a road train passing you.
Should you experience any difficulties with your Clearview Mirrors at any time, our friendly technical staff are more than happy to assist in solving your problem.
Clearview Accessories takes great pride in our after-sale product service.
Clearview Mirrors fold back against your vehicle door if hit. They also fold forward if brushed past in a vehicle park.
Installation guides are available on our YouTube channel, ‘Clearview Accessories.’ If you are unsure about installing your Clearview Product,
Clearview Mirrors are designed to be vehicle specific. So they will not fit other model cars.
However, Clearview is always adding to their available vehicle model range.
If you have a vehicle that Clearview does not currently make their towing mirrors for, and you would like our mirrors on your vehicle – PLEASE LET US KNOW.
If the demand is there for a particular vehicle, we’ll add it to our product range – simple as that!
It’s easy to remove Clearview Mirrors and refit your old mirrors at any time without any problems at all.
For a small charge, any mechanical workshop or auto electrician should be able to fit Clearview Mirrors for you.
Depending on the complexity of the installation, the fitting will vary from vehicle to vehicle. Any installation requiring any special fittings and/or hard wiring will require longer fitting times (eg. 360º Camera fitting/calibration, any electric hard-wiring kits, OAT sensors, and any other complex installations etc).
Original Clearview mirrors come in either a chrome or a textured black finish.
When purchasing Clearview Mirrors with indicators:
When purchasing Original Clearview Mirrors without indicators, either electric or manual:
The Clearview Towing Mirrors warranty is 12 months from the date of purchase. To extend this warranty a further 24 months for a total 36 months, the warranty card provided with your purchase must be completed and returned to Clearview with a copy of your dated proof of purchase within 14 days of date of purchase. Click Here for full terms and conditions.
If you are not happy with Clearview Mirrors, they offer a 100% money back guarantee on the product if returned within 7 days and in the original box.
If you already have that function in your vehicle, then the Powerfold will pick up this function when it is installed. However, if you don’t have that function in your vehicle, then the Powerfold won’t automatically fold in and out.
The auto folding capability is usually programmed into the vehicle itself.
The Powerfold mirrors can fold manually, however the manual fold mechanism is only designed as a safety feature. Through the lifespan of the product, manual folding will occur, such as people walking into them or accidentally bumping them. The internal mechanisms are designed to withstand this accidental manual folding during normal usage. It is not recommended for the mirrors to be manually folded constantly, as it will prematurely wear out the internal folding mechanisms and reduce the lifespan of the product.
If your vehicle already had powerfolding function in the original mirrors, then the Clearview Powerfold Mirrors will be a plug and play product and operated using your original controls.
If your vehicle didn’t have powerfolding function in the original mirrors, then you will need to purchase the suitable Powerfold wiring kit and have an auto electrician to conduct the work.
Some vehicles have no provision for Powerfold switch (either all provisions already used or no provision at all) may require cutting of the dash to fit switch in, or fascia panel for switch mounting may need to be purchased from other retailers.
After the mirrors are installed, they need to be cycled a few times. This will allow all the internal mechanisms to set and find the proper positions. If the mirror head is still loose/floppy after they’re cycled, please contact tech support.
In most vehicles, the mirror housings are angled differently between the driver and passenger side. This is because when you sit in the car, you are off center, so generally the passenger side mirrors are closer to the vehicle body to allow you to have the same field of vision in the mirror. So it is completely normal.
Generally the passenger mirror will fold/unfold quicker, as it is closer to the vehicle body and therefore travels a shorter distance compared to the driver side mirror. See previous question in regard to why the mirrors are angled differently.
Apart from the mirror head itself, everything else on the Powerfold is different.
When the Powerfold mirror is being cycled to find its original driving position, it will “jump” back into position and make an audible click sound when mechanisms realign. Once the mirror has found the original position and have been cycled, check for looseness and mirror movement. If they feel firm then the mirrors have not been damaged. If they still feel loose, please contact tech support.
Yes! Depending on the complexity of the installation, Clearview mirrors are extremely easy to install and mount to the vehicle’s original OEM mirror mounts. Depending on the vehicle’s current mirror options, Clearview mirrors include plug and play wiring looms. Instructional videos are also available on our website (clearviewaccessories.com.au) in the “HOW TO” section. Clearview recommends that any installation requiring hard wiring be done by a licensed auto electrician.
Yes, you can. But it comes at a greater expense than if you were to order the mirrors with indicators. Installation to the mirror head will require longer time and more parts to dismantle
Identifying based on model selection
The 360-Degree Camera is standard on Ranger Wildtrak, Platinum and Raptor only. Optional as part of a pack at additional cost on XLT 4×4 and Sport pick-up models. Not available on XL, XLS, XLT 4×2 or XLT Chassis Cab.
The 360-Degree Camera is standard on Everest Platinum only. Optional on Trend & Sport at additional cost. Not available on Ambiente.
Identifying based on a physical mirror check
A Next Gen Ford Ranger / Everest with 360 degree camera mirror includes:
• an OAT sensor (on the LHS mirror only)
• puddle light (in the middle)
• and camera (on the outside edge)
Identifying based on centre display options
When looking at the large centre display, if one of the available camera views is a bird’s eye top-down view, then it is a camera model.
Power Folding towing mirrors are motorised, allowing them to fold or unfold at the press of a button. Manual mirrors do not have a motor to fold or open the mirrors.