eBay search "mirror temp compass" and you will see many in the $50 price range. There is Gentex, Cipa and a bunch of them from production vehicles which are simply the Gentex and Cipa mirrors. At $50 you will probably not get any wiring, you would need two harnesses - the power and the temp probe. There are only a few variations on the power harness and they all seem to run the same temp probe. They are both also available on eBay and would run you about $35-40. The temp probe is supposed to be mounted in the front bumper.For the OP, sounds like you might have to deal with it or order a new direct replacement mirror from a dealer, or scavenge one from a wrecking yard. Likely some other Toyota product might work too.
jditom, more details please! Was it a bolt on or was the mount modified? Where did this come from originally? How is the temp measured and was that included when you bought the mirror?
Wiring has been figured out:Your mirror looks like it takes some wire modifications. I'm not that good with tearing apart my interior for that kind of upgrade. If it is simple and descriptive and right to the point without me having to have extensive knowledge on auto wiring I could do it. How difficult was that mirror to install?
I've decided to go with the Gentex mirror. Do you remember what the model or number was?I got a Gentex auto deming with compass and temp. I ran the wires down the pillar and got 12v there under the dash. I ran the temp probe out the fire wall and in the bumper. Pretty easy.
I went to a glass shop and they glued the mirror button on for $5.
Has been great for 2 years.
Price was low $100 range but they are cheaper now.
I opened up a Gentex 177 mirror last night just to see if it was possible. The mirror mount on the 80 comes right in at the top of the mirror - the mount on the gentex is in back - er front - well on the side facing the windshield. There is no room in the top to go with the stock mounting point which really only leaves the possibility to extend the arm that comes down and somehow mate it with the stock mounting point on the Gentex.anyone know if there is a way to do this and retain the original mounting point instead of "gluing" to the winshield?