[s-cars] Wacky side mirror behavior, was Re: test
MarkS1234 at spamarrest.com
Tue Aug 4 14:27:49 PDT 2009
Turn off the seat memory and see if it still dips doodles.
My used to do that, the fix was to replace the motors. The sensors, or
motors them selfs get outta sorts and that is what is screwing it up.
If turning off the seat memory doesn't fix it... then disregard the
On 4-Aug-09, at 4:50 PM, chris chambers wrote:
> IIRC the passenger's side mirror dips when in reverse, not the
> driver's side.
> I'll go with "broken wire in the driver's door loom for $100"
> ----- Original Message ----
>> From: Kent McLean <kentmclean at comcast.net>
>> To: s-car-list at audifans.com
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 4, 2009 4:31:26 PM
>> Subject: Re: [s-cars] Wacky side mirror behavior, was Re: test
>> Wylie wrote:
>>> Since we're on the subject of S-cars...anyone know why my driver's
>>> side mirror
>>> goes to this random position almost looking at the ground when I
>>> unlock my
>>> door using the remote in the key?
>> Wild Guess: IIRC, the mirror should dip when you put the car into
>> reverse, so you can see the curb as you back up. It sounds like
>> something got screwed up, so it's putting the mirror into reverse
>> mode when you diddle with the remote.
>> I don't know why, or how. Another wild suggestion: change the
>> battery in the remote. It may be a weak battery not sending a
>> full signal?
>> Kent McLean
>> 1999 A4 Avant, V6 Tiptronic
>> 1991 200 TQA #3, with mods
>> 1990 V8 w/5-speed and other mods
>> gone: '91 200 TQA x2, '94 100 S Avant, '89 200 TQ "Bad Puppy"
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