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Old 04-20-2010, 01:57 PM
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Right hand mirror position on reverse

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I have not been able to get the right hand mirror to change position on reverse. I read a older thread here and folowed the steps and it still doesn't work.

Is there a setting on the computer to enable this function?

BTW, I have the CDN version of the car.
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Old 04-20-2010, 02:49 PM
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put the car in reverse

adjust mirror

put car in park

new position saved

that is all
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Old 04-20-2010, 08:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Blazeitup123 View Post
put the car in reverse

adjust mirror

put car in park

new position saved

that is all
Tried it, when I put the car in park or "D" the mirror doesn't go back to the normal position
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read the manual, it's pretty good at describing it step by step.

how i remember it:

you put it in R, adjust mirror, push M (memory button for seats) then quickly push the right arrow on the mirror adjustment. that will save the position.
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I got mine to work by:

1) Start the car
2) Put the car in reverse
3) Press the 'right mirror button' - once lit then adjust the position of the mirror
4) Put car back in Park.

I never had to touch the memory button. I did realize that the right mirror will only change it's position in R, if I first push the 'right mirror' button first. If it isn't lit up, or the left one is lit up, the mirror won't move.
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Originally Posted by n8nu View Post
I got mine to work by:

1) Start the car
2) Put the car in reverse
3) Press the 'right mirror button' - once lit then adjust the position of the mirror
4) Put car back in Park.

I never had to touch the memory button. I did realize that the right mirror will only change it's position in R, if I first push the 'right mirror' button first. If it isn't lit up, or the left one is lit up, the mirror won't move.
Ah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is the problem!!!!

I thought that just putting it in reverse it would tilt the mirror. But I need to press the right mirror button first.

Ok, I will give it a try
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I just can't get this to work.

My car does not have the premium package so it doesn't have the "Memory" button, could it be that it doesn't come without the premium package?
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