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OLM Wide Angle Convex Mirrors with Turn Signals and Defrosters (Clear)
2015+ WRX / 2015+ STI
This upgrade is a must have for drivers who value being aware of their surroundings at all time. Lane merging can be a difficult task with plain OEM mirrors. However, these mirrors give you the field of vision to invoke confidence on the road.
They're designed to be an OEM style replacement for the original mirrors. This means no adhesive. Snap the old mirrors out and snap the new ones in. If you have defrosters (non base models), you can detach the wires from the original and attach them to our mirrors.
As an added feature, these have LED turn signals built in. When they're off, they are basically invisible. Flip your turn signals on and you improve the awareness of vehicles around you. They are simple to wire if you already have turn signals in the mirrors from the factory. Just tap or solder the two new wires into the existing wires. If you have a vehicle that did not have these, you can remove your door panel, remove the mirror and run the wiring inside the vehicle. Existing wiring in the door will allow you to hook these up.
Check out the pictures below because they really are worth 1,000 words.
Sold as a pair.
NOTE: Vehicles with blind spot detection will not be able to use that function with these mirrors. This is standard on the 2016+ STI Limited, WRX Limited manual with Option Pkg #22, and WRX Limited CVT with Option Package #23.
A difference you can see
SubiSpeed Mirror - Same Viewing Angle as OLM
- OEM quality fit
- LED Turn Signals
- Defrosters included
All 2015 WRX / STI models have turn signal wiring inside their door harness. If you already have a turn signal in your mirror, you can attach the wires inside the housing. For 2015 WRX Premium, base, and Limited owners that did not opt for the factory turn signal mirrors, you can run the wires into the door and attach them close to the harness plug.
Every 2015 WRX / STI except base models have side mirror defrosters. For these vehicles, the defroster wires can be disconnected from the older mirrors and reattached to the new mirrors in a matter of seconds. Base owners can attach the defroster wiring (+ positive) to the red wire with green stripe at connector B97. Attach the black wire from the mirror to the chassis at any location which makes contact with the body (- ground).
Both the OLM mirror turn signal and the factory mirror turn signals utilize LED technology. Unlike halogen bulbs, they will be at full power almost instantaneously. Since they are using the same circuit, they should blink at the exact same time.
Installation Video - Similar SubiSpeed Model
Additional Vehicle Fitments
2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek
2015 Subaru Impreza
|Additional Warranty Information||1 Year Limited|
OLM Wide Angle Convex Mirrors with Turn Signals and Defrosters (Clear) / MRL-WRX14-LPCH Fits
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1 customer review
Neat product, generally easy to install
I installed these last week and am very happy with the mirrors overall. The wider field of view is great, but it takes some getting used to. Objects in mirror are now MUCH closer than they appear. It's easy to cut someone off in the adjacent lane if you're not careful, since they appear to be a lot farther behind you. The turn signal also works and looks fantastic. Installation was generally as advertised on the YouTube video, with one real caveat: The wiring color and pin location for the right side turn signal connector is not the same as the left side, and this wasn't mentioned in the video. Instead of a write/red wire for positive, I believe the right side positive is actually more of an olive green color and is near the bottom of the connector as you look at it. I accidentally hooked up the turn signal to the defroster button at first before realizing my mistake! If you have a multimeter, take a couple minutes to probe the pins on the connector with the hazards turned on to make sure you're getting 12V before you tap into the wrong wire...