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Logically it doesn't make sense that the two problems are related. The clock problem sounds like old age has caught up with it, but check your fuse panel first to see if its fuse is gone. The mirror problem may be a dirty switch, a broken wire at the hinge where the door opens, or the motor assembly inside the mirror itself may have gone south. Used parts would be the way to go in both cases, but someone needs to track down the specific problem with the mirror first. If its motor is the culprit and you find a used mirror, even if its the wrong colour, it is possible to change out the mirror's motor parts saving the cost of repainting the new mirror. I've done 3 or 4, and while its time consuming and fiddlely, its not impossible. Good Luck!

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