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Old 20-12-13, 08:34 PM   #1
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Default 307 wing mirror opening out too far!

Hello, guidance needed please. I thought my electric self opening/closing wing mirrors on my 2003 307SW had broken and so opened them out manually. I then discovered that the mirror tilt/adjust button in the car had become stuck between left / right mirror selector, and once I switched this the electric open/close begun to work again. However my manually moving the drivers mirror now means that it opens far too far before stopping and so it is of no use - the passenger one is fine. How do I adjust the mirror open/close stop positions? Many thanks. This is a really helpful forum BTW and so far facilitated me in De-fapping, replacing lower ball joints / track rod ends and rear brake shoes. Brilliant!
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