Other identifiers for this part: TYC #: 20-5855-00, ELT #: GM242-B001R, DEPO #: 332-11A5R-ASD, PC #: C0983A, .
This product fits years: 2002, 2001, 2000
- Each product conforms to US Motor Vehicle Safety Standards
- All products are brand new, NOT used or refurbished
- Packaging is secure to prevent shipping damage
- As good as or better than the original OEM part
- Easy to install - just bolt it right on
- DOT/SAE Certified
This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2000 - 2002||Cadillac||DeVille||All||All|
|2000 - 2002||Cadillac||DeVille||Base||All|
|2000 - 2002||Cadillac||DeVille||DHS||All|
|2000 - 2002||Cadillac||DeVille||DTS||All|
|2000 - 2002||Cadillac||DeVille||STS||All|
|00, 2000, 01, 2001, 02, 2002||CADILLAC DEVILLE||Headlight|
About a year ago, I left my home just like any other typical work day. As I get to my car I look and notice the driver side mirror is dangling by a thread. Someone had knocked it off and hadn't offered the courtesy of informing me. What kind of neighbor does that? So I tell my wife and she starts surfing the Internet trying to find the best deal. Meanwhile I call the Nissan dealer trying to find a replacement mirror. The dealer wanted almost $300 just for the part, and they had to order it, and that didn't include the install fee. There was no way I was going to pay $300 for a replacement mirror. Later on that day my wife emailed me the part listing on Go-Parts.com and it was listed for $40! I couldn't believe it. It was a deal I couldn't pass up. I immediately logged on and ordered the mirror. Two weeks later it arrived and I had a mechanic install the part. Two months later, long after it was installed, my wife let me in on a little secret. She was the one that backed in and knocked off the mirror. Unbelievable!
Cadillac, which is operated by General Motors, has consistently been the industry beacon for luxury during its lengthy tenure. Few models have reached the level of prestige that the Cadillac DeVille has, despite the model's discontinuation in 2005 after nearly 50 years of availability. Consumers first saw the DeVille nameplate as an upgrade to GM's Cadillac design in 1949. Nearly ten years later, in 1958, the Cadillac DeVille became its own model, and the industry was immediately smitten with the luxurious design and powerful engine that these vehicles offered up. However, the popular DeVille was discontinued, in a way, in 2005, giving way to the DTS. What's interesting is that the DeVille still lives on through the DTS design, as the full name of the model is the “DeVille Touring Sedan”.
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Price Quality Average: 4.5 / 5 starsI bought a 96 Toyota Corolla side view mirror (powered)from this company. The delivery is on time. The product is brand new. But there's one problem. Oonly when I opened the door panel,installed the mirror, I found the cord(power line) connected to the mirror is shorter than the original one. I had to adjust the other end of connecting cord, tried to pull out of it's original position. Finally, it can just be inserted into socket. not perfect.by sidemirror
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