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2005 Navigator Mirror won't fully fold / unfold. I went through a car wash and forgot to fold the mirrors in. The right / passenger side mirror took a "WHACK". The mirror element is unbroke

2005 Navigator Mirror won't fully fold / unfold. I went through a car wash and forgot to fold the mirrors in. The right / passenger side mirror took a "WHACK". The mirror element is unbroken, and the mirror is still adjustable from the interior control, but the folding motor does not seem to be properly engaging the mirror housing. It will move slightly (a half inch or so) in each direction, but will not fully open or fold. If I fully rotate the mirror housing forward (not retracted, but toward the hood, past it's normal position), I hear a loud "pop", but it still does not engage the motor, nor does it "settle" in it's "normal" open position. Suggestions?

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The gear element stripped out inside the mirror housing

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check the open position stop sensor for a fault

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