Question about Toyota Venza
The outer foot lights on my side view mirrors on my Venza 2013 won't turn off even when the car is turned off. How do I get them to turn off so they won't drain my battery?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have allot of experience with these mirrors, if your just stopped working it lasted longer than most, many never even made it out of factory warranty, the problem is the mirror not any fuse, the cost of the new unit is around $200.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
also check to make sure your dimmer switch isn't turned all the way up. if the dimmer is all the way up your interior lights will stay on. check your dimmer switch
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
These mirrors are all made by one company, no matter the car maker, they all have the same problems, they are very unreliable, if u have power to the mirror which I am 100% sure u do the mirror will need to be replaced, they are not repairable they are about $250-300
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Get under the dash ad look at your brake pedal lever. You will see a stop light switch that screww into a bracket with a 'button' sticking out of it. if pulling up on the brake pedal (even slightly) solves your problem, then the switch needs adjusting closer to the brake lever. If adjusting does not stop problem then replacement of brake light switch may be required.
Posted on May 30, 2009
I have never had the privelage to work on a BMW but I am assuming they are assembled in a similar manner to most other modern cars so if you look directly behind the mirror on the inside there should be a plastic cover which hides the mounting bolts for the mirror.
The cover should just unclip without too much pressure.
There will be some wires coming from the back of the mirror which will have to be removed before removing the mirror. You should see a plastic block which the wires go into, seperate the blocks, remove the bolts and remove the mirror.
I hope this has helped or is reasonably close to what I am telling you
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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