Question about 2005 Land Rover Range Rover
Range Rover L322 (2002): powered exterior mirrors will not stay folded; electric motor folds them in but then they pop out again. Anyone know why/fix?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
had to install a driver side non folding mirror, fairly simply to say the least. There's a cover on the interior of the door, near the window, remove the cover, remove the 3 screws, need i believe a 10mm socket. If a power window, unhook the circuit. Replace new mirror.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
The power folding function of your exterior mirrors on your '04 H2 depends on a plastic gear to collapse those mirrors at the touch of a button. That plastic gear strips very easily. The service adviser at our Hummer dealership said that problem was rectified in later model years with a redesign of of the collapsing mechanism of those mirrors.
I don't mind manually folding our mirrors, and I was afraid to ask about the cost of the parts required to solve the issue. The service guy didn't volunteer the cost of the fix. Not typically covered by aftermarket extended service/warranty plans.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
chances are you need to repl one or both mirrors, they are very expensive so if you can live with it you should,otherwise buy two from a dealer and remove both front window switches,plug 1 in at a time and see if only 1 will solve this if not try both, typically both are replaced
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
F1.8 10 Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) module (19980), Exterior
rear view mirror, left, Exterior rear view mirror, right
F1.5 7.5 Powertrain Control Module (PCM) (12A650), Deactivator switch, Third row
folding seat relay, left, Third row folding seat relay, right, Power lift gate
module, Brake pedal position switch (13480), Sunload sensor (19E663),
Clock (15000), Function selector switch assembly, front, Electronic Automatic
Temperature Control (EATC) module (19980). Don't think you have a fuse problem ! More then likely the HVAC control module is bad , they do go bad
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