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    hello,
    just got me vecci ... thing is its a tight squeeeezzze in the drive... I stand to be corrected but i'm sure there is veccis that come with folding mirrors, ne one got ne ideas as to whats involved in fitting them?

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    I haven't seen any mate.

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    i am sure leeds vectra (paul) has posted some thing up about this

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    I'm assuming you mean electrically folding mirrors?

    We (Leeds Vectra and myself) posted on a thread about this on VS. We came to the conclusion that it may be possible to do it. You needed to have the memory seats on the car in the first place. You needed to obviously replace the mirrors and also replace the drivers mirror/window switch for a different one (looked the same but is wired differently). From memory there was maybe also a control box or something to be added, but the big if was that the loom may not have all the wiring in place, but you wouldn't find out until you had fitted the bits!!

    At 200 odd quid for the mirrors alone it was an expensive gamble to find out that you couldn't so it.

    I'm sure Paul will be along to verify/correct anything above.

    HTH

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    There must be another way.

    Anyone got TIS for Vectra C? How does the mirror dismantle?

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