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Mirror issue

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by YorkshireKurd, Jun 3, 2019.

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  1. YorkshireKurd

    YorkshireKurd New Member

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    Hello All

    Thank you in advance for helping me.
    I have a 2013 FL2, the side mirrors normally fold in when I lock the car. I left my car at an airport carpark for a week, when I came back the mirrors failed to unfold when i unlocked the car. and now they don't fold back when locked.
    Thanks again.
     
  2. Stv123

    Stv123 Active Member

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    Have you tried pressing and holding both the mirror buttons for about a second?
     
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    YorkshireKurd New Member

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    The mirro button? The one that changes the angle of the mirror?
     
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    td4van Well-Known Member

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    Press both the left and right mirror selection buttons to fold the mirrors - they may have been manually folded and need resetting
     
  5. Miloman59

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    You may have a drivers door latch issue starting as the mirrors are controlled by the drivers door module latches play up and the first sign is confused mirrors
     
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