I bought some mirror relocation brackets off a member on this forum, all went well there. Anyway, I have not needed to adjust my fancy electronic side mirrors, and therefore was lost on the idea that they were actually electric. I found that out when I tried to remove the mirror and found then little black cord.
I was at the dealer cashing in on my free oil change, and asked about disconnecting the cord from the mirror. He responded that the disconnect was user the dash, and the whole door came off, not just the mirror. I walked him to a jeep and explained using the mirror and jeep as a model. I tried my best to explain that I want to remove the mirror. He kept saying, just take it off, of course, if you move it, it won't have power. We went around and around for 10 minutes. He still didn't get it. So, I asked the mechanic. He said it would be next to impossible, stating that the glass portion of the mirror cannot be removed unless it breaks. I drove straight home, 30 minutes later, cord disconnected, secured inside the door for reconnection (if I ever decide to sell the jeep). Mirror relocated successfully, but obviously without the unnecessary power option.
I know, this thread is useless without pictures. If anyone is really interested, I can walk you through the process.