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Out of sync folding mirrors

When i fold the mirrors in one folds in and the other stays out. Press it again and the same happens again. Have tried holding one in when the opposite side is in but press the button again and they both do opposite things!

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  • dominic551 Apr 11, 2009

    I have exactly the same issue and need to get them back in sync

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Try removing the mirror fuse for a few mins. I've had this problem twice.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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Hey leelines and dominic551,

I have seen this lots of times, their is one thing you can try and do before you end up spending lots of money at a dealership. disconnect the battery and let the car sit for 10 to 15 min. Then touch the negative and positive battery terminals, hold them together for 10 seconds. What is does is resets all the modules and clears out all the saved information.

Now I have only had this work with about 90% of the rovers that have had this problem. Remember if you disconnect the battery you WILL loose all your radio settings, and you'll have to reset your clock.

If this fails to work Land Rover has this crazy procedure wear the techs take off both front door panels and plug and unplug components to get them to reset, that is when it gets expensive.

But i figure its worth a try, if your not sure how to reset your settings look in the owners manuel.

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Have a 2006 Range Rover . Someone folded a mirror back while it was in a parking lot and my mirrors were folding and unfolding out of sync. Tried to remove fuses for 30 seconds and replace them-no success!
Removed negative battery cable for 30 seconds then re-attached it and it solved the problem.

P.S. I'm a woman and accomplished the battery detach and re-attach in about 5 minutes, so it MUST be easy. :)

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

  • rjam1 Apr 16, 2011

    tried this and it works!! Thanks,!!!

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