Auto dimming rearview mirrors actually sense ambient lights and glare from behind, and dim the glass to reduce annoying glare while driving at night. Some have built-in features such as compass display, temperature display and map lights. Displays are located below the mirror glass or inside the glass, depending on the manufacturer.
Wedge mount mirrors are generally standard on vehicles manufactured in the United States, regardless of vehicle make. However, there can be exceptions. Wedge-style mirrors must be removed by loosening a small screw or allen nut, and pushing the mirror up towards the roof of the vehicle.
Camlock mount mirrors are generally standard on vehicles manufactured outside of the United States. Camlock-style mirrors must be removed by turning the mirror 90 degrees so that it is perpendicular to the dash, and pulling down on the mirror.
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