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    Default Electric door mirror....

    is it just my car but if i re-align the driverside mirror then the passenger one moves with it, if i move the passenger mirror it doesn't move the driver side. I've recently had it in for a new plastic surround to be fitted to the passenger mirror and only just noticed this, not sure if it were an issue before it went in.....

    anyone else like this?

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    standard feature on facelifts..

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    Really? Propa pain that cos have to adjust the driverside mirror first then the passenger in order just to get the driverside correct.

    Who's bright idea was that???

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    You'll get used to it. It's set up that way so that if you can adjust both mirrors for parking, among other things. Lower one mirror down to see the parking lines and the other mirror follows suit.

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    I quite like it myself.

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    Yer, It confused me at first too but I do like it, Adjusted my driver side one day and realised on the motorway the other was plain spotting !!!

    Never use it tho,
    Apart from waiting in my car for someone and like to be nosy lol !!!!

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    It's not just the facelifts. I had two pre-facelifts at the same time (see avatar) and the 03 plate one the mirrors where completely independent of each other, the 54 plate one did what's described in this thread. Was damned annoying when you jumped from one into the other all the time and forgot which way round it was lol
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    Oh well, suppose I'll get used to it. Just thought the dealer had screwed something up when the were fixing the surround.

    Ta for the info guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swirl80 View Post
    thought the dealer had screwed something up when the were fixing the surround.
    Not read the handbook yet then

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    Don't do instructions!!

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