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How do I disable the mirrors from changing when you select reverse?

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Pull mirror fuse.

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

  • cruzie Apr 04, 2011

    Thanks for a quick fix but I just want to disable the auto function where reverse selection adjusts the mirrors downwards, annoyingly, then back up when drive is selected
    I want to keep the normal adjustment by toggle which would also be disabled if i pull the fuse

  • Mical Caterina
    Mical Caterina Apr 04, 2011

    If you pull the fuse when in position you want, they'll always be there, Putting a toggle switch might alter ground/power to relay and damage electricals. My BMW has the same feature and I agree it's annoying, so I just pulled the fuse.

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