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I have the tri fold mirror with 4 settings, on the left side, the setting has moved from daytime to office. Can I fix this so I can have daytime for both sides?

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There is no way to know that unless i were there in person and could examine it

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Has the mirror been knocked or damaged ? Does it make any sound or try to move ? Does it work when set to automatically fold when locking the car ? Does the mirror adjust OK ? If it does then it would appear that the electrical connection is Ok and its probably a motor/ servo fault in the mirror arm/bracket. Alsp easiest option is there a fuse for them if so check it.

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its in warranty, why not get them to fix it.
why ask us, ask them, its fully covered..
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if the operator guide shows no settings, that means its a dealer
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For the rear window, just need adjuts the both slightly...


Check the next procedure to Power Mirrors...

Diagnosis & Testing

The exterior mirror control switch receives power through circuit SBP12 (GN/RD) and ground through circuit GD143 (BK/VT). The exterior mirror control switch uses circuit CPM23 (GY) as the common circuit for both exterior mirror up/down and right/left movement.
  1. Possible Causes:
    Fuse 12 (7.5A) (SJB) An open in circuits CPM23 (GY), SBP12 (GN/RD) or GD143 (BK/VT A short to ground in circuit CPM23 (GY) A short to voltage in circuit CPM23 (GY) Exterior mirror control switch.
  2. Checking the voltage at the mirror switch:
    Key in OFF position. Disconnect: Exterior Mirror Control Switch C527. Key in ON position. Measure the voltage between ground and exterior mirror control switch C527-1, circuit SBP12 (GN/RD). Voltage should be greater than 10 volts.
  3. If voltage is greater than 10 volts, check that fuse 12 (7.5A) is OK. If OK, REPAIR circuit SBP12 (GN/RD) for an open.

Exterior Mirror Motor Synchronization

NOTE This procedure must be performed any time the power folding mirrors are manually folded in or out, or if the position of the mirror case has been moved without using the mirror control switch.
NOTE If the power folding mirrors are folded or unfolded continuously (6 to 10 cycles), the power lockout feature will disable the system for 2 minutes to prevent damage to the power fold motors. After 2 minutes have elapsed, normal operation will resume.
  1. Set the mirror control switch to the CENTER position.
  2. Use the mirror control switch (press rearward) to automatically cycle the power folding mirrors in and out 4 times.
  3. When an audible popping sound is heard, the power folding mirror motors are synchronized.
    NOTE It may be necessary to cycle the power folding mirrors in or out up to 4 times before they are synchronized.

Removal & Installation
Motor
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions section.
    NOTE If equipped with power folding mirrors, they must be synchronized any time the mirrors have been folded or unfolded without using the mirror control switch. Refer to synchronization procedure.
  2. Position the exterior mirror glass in a downward position to obtain a gap at the edge of the mirror.
    CAUTION Place a shop towel between the exterior mirror glass and the hand to avoid personal injury in the instance of glass breakage.
  3. Insert a flat-blade screwdriver between the mirror glass tabs and the mounting plate, and rotate to separate the locking tabs from the mounting plate.
  4. Carefully pull the top edge of the glass away from the exterior mirror housing.

    0996b43f802029e0.jpg Fig. Mirror Glass removal shown
  5. If equipped, disconnect the heated mirror electrical connectors and remove the glass.
  6. Remove the 3 exterior mirror motor screws and exterior mirror motor.
  7. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
  8. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

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NOTE The door glass must be completely raised.
  1. Remove the window control switch plate.
  2. Remove the door handle bezel.
    WARNING To avoid damage to the door trim panel, lift the door trim panel by pulling directly upward on the armrest to disengage the panel clips.
  3. Remove the two bolts and three screws, and remove the door trim panel.
  4. Remove the finish cover to access the two center screws.
  5. Disconnect the electrical connectors. Navigator Trim Panel Removal
  6. Remove the door handle bezel.
  7. Use service notch.
    WARNING To avoid damage to the door trim panel, lift the door trim panel by pulling directly upward on the armrest to disengage the panel clips.
  8. Remove the two bolts and three screws, and remove the door trim panel.
  9. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
  10. Depress the locking tabs and remove the exterior mirror control switch.
  11. Remove the exterior mirror control switch.

If you dont want waiting more time for the Owners Manual, can check here this choice 2004-Ford-Expedition-Owners-Manual

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Hello. You may or you may not have a repair to make. Let me explain. What you may be experiencing is a feature whereby you can fold the mirror in when in a tight spot. This function only occurs when the rocker switch is set in the middle, as opposed to the left which then allows you to control the driver's side mirror or the right which allows you to control the passenger side mirror. Try putting that power mirror rocker switch in different positions and see what happens, you can't break it.
That said, if indeed you can't get the power mirrors to behave properly then you will have to replace that rocker switch. Regards, Joe
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