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Drivers door mirror

Heated drivers door mirror not working and the information panel tells me that the drivers door is open when its closed

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    battery died now things don't work and the door open light on

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I belive you will find some relays on the fuse panel (square box time things) locate the one for that particular device or group of devices you are having problems with and replace it.


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