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Door mirrors won't collapse in synch

With all the rain seems like something funky happened. Now the mirrors won't collapse at the same time and I had to reset the map for the nav system. Before I bring it in and spend lot's of money- can you explain why you think reset with a cold re-boot on battery will work? What is happening for this happen in the first place?

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