First off I do not know but I have read on the site that the power mirrors only need power and ground so that should be an easy wiring job.
Locks can’t be need more than that either.
Do the switches fit, the easiest way to determine this is tear the door apart and see what indents are on the underside of the area you want to put the switch in. If there are indents which I would guess No, but if there cut through.
An OEM Mirror Switch is cheap money from one of the OEM Parts sellers on the Web but the JY should have tons of them.
I am going to a JY next week that I know have a bunch switches, I can check on price if you want.
p.s. If this was me I would look into changing the section of the door panel that has all of the switches, quicker than cutting up the existing parts.
On the other hand, you might want to take a piece of metal, diamond plate or just plain old alum, and shape it to fit the area in question and then cut in the switches; make a matching piece for the passenger side.
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