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How do i turn the door heated mirrors on - 2010 Volkswagen Caddy 1.9

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Using the mirror adjustment switch on the drivers door, turn to the 2nd position from the locked mirror position. Doesn't matter whether you turn it forward or backward as it is the same number of positions from the lock. There is a small heater mark opposite the lock position

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SECTION 501-09: Rear View Mirrors 2003 Expedition/Navigator Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Exterior Mirror Removal and Installation
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Front Door Trim Panel —Expedition Removal and Installation
NOTE: Left front door shown, right front similar.
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    • Use service notch.
  1. Remove the window control switch plate.
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