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Is it possible for me to add heated mirrors to my car, if it wasn't an option at all as standard? I would like to keep the mirrors standard.

My mirrors on my 2003 Opel Agila are a really awkward shape, which do not let ice scrapers fit inside properly, and de-icer spray just freezes after a few minutes.

Is there an aftermarket kit which allows me to make the mirrors heated without changing the actual mirror? I'm willing to do extra wiring, and at a last resort change the glass.

EDIT: It is not an option on any model of the Agila, or the identical Wagon R+

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  • Any idea if your car had heated mirrors as an option?
    – JPhi1618
    Nov 23, 2015 at 22:27
  • @JPhi1618. It is not an option at all
    – George
    Nov 23, 2015 at 22:32
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    This is just speculation, so not an answer, but I have seen "windshield wiper heater" kits. They stick to the inside of the windshield to warm the wiper area. Something like that might be modified to work on the mirrors.
    – JPhi1618
    Nov 23, 2015 at 22:38
  • I would try to find heated mirrors from a different type of car, and try to fit them on yours. And of course, you'll still have to figure out the wiring. Nov 25, 2015 at 4:46

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http://www.ebay.com/bhp/mirror-heater

that should bring ya to the page, they aren't that much, around 15 bucks.

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The only way to get heated mirrors is to buy the mirrors separately, but there is although a product that is a heated pad to place on the back of your mirror, although you will have to have wiring done to turn them on and put them on a switch, which is really not that big of a problem.

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