LOL... there is no way on earth I could knock the switch. Its too far over and up. Im well over 6 foot tall and my knee goes no where near it. I know Renault have those kinda switches (usually rotary though), but the only use I saw was on electrically adjusting the mirrors, the center position used to remove power from the motors and (in the case of some Scenics) stop the switch bursting into flamesflash22 said:......................... you cant knock it with ya knee................
Im talking about the FOLDING MIRRORS button. not the mirror adjust switch. I see the point about the middle position being a neutral position for the mirror adjust. But for the folding mirrors, it isnt, is it? Set it to middle (neutral), nudge it (somehow), and whether the mirrors are open or closed you got a 50/50 your going to close/open themSneakyElephant said:centre position is 'neutral' to stop the mirrors moving if the adjustment buttons get nudged.
In the Toyota forum they are wiring their cars to disable this feature, as when you garage it, skimming the wall on the passenger side, having the mirror fold out automatically will break it.flash22 said:it would be easy to fit a total closure module what works of the open/close pulse from the central locking module
then when you lock the car the windows will go up and the mirrors fold in then on opening the mirrors come out and the doors unlock
Aidsy1 said:Does anyone know what would be needed to make a system to fold the mirrors in and out with the locking system? im willing to maybe give it a go, but not sure where to start