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Old 07-10-15, 09:35 PM   #1
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Default Retrofit eletric folding side mirrors

Hey guys, i wonder if anyone have retrofitted a 407,307 or similar car with eletric folding mirrors.
Is there a plug and is it just to connect and then activate via diagbox, i would love to do it and if you have changed a mirror and remember where the wires to the folding goes please share.
I can get used folding mirrors cheap and also door modules if needed but want some info before i decide to do it.
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Old 08-10-15, 07:49 AM   #2
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I thought folding mirrors were standard on the 407?
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nope or not here in Norway i see several without, but if all got folding in uk that is a good sign for retrofitting.
I just need to find out where i connect the wire and see if i can change option in bsi settings, thanks for your reply :-)
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I thought folding mirrors were standard on the 407?
I have not got them on my 2009 407sw sr which i thought was a rum do but there you go. pete407sw.
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From what I've read, the mirrors plug into the window motor control board which appears to be integral to the motor so you could possibly need to replace both front window motors. You would need to check that the door loom has the necessary connectors for the folding mirrors as well.
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That is correct you need the window motors as the folding mirrors plug into them then it would need activating with planet the switch on the door actually has the fold function but the button and case are different !

for simplicity you need 2 mirrors 2 window motors and master switch not sure if wiring is any different but i doubt it is
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Thanks for the reply, when you say master switch do you mean the switch controlling the windows up and down on the driver side?
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yes they are actually all the same but some have the mirror switch with only left and right no central fold position although the switches all have the function the coverplate does not it can be altered though.
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Well i will go to the breakers next weekend i will try and make a thread with pictures about it if i get it to work.

I was also offered black partial leather seats with electric adjustment but im not sure how much work it will be, is there a control unit under the seat?.
I can get them with the door covers for 150 they are in mint condition so i will take a good look at them next weekend.

The only thing missing is the rain sensor and alarm but i think it will be to complicated, i was thinking about the jbl sound system with amplifier and subwoofer but it look to be a lot of work and i want to do the rt4 conversion and see how that goes.
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the cars that came with rain sensors and folding mirrors, chrome trip etc where se spec and above.

S and SR did not get those. Also i think the S doesnt even have body coloured handles
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