I had problems with one side of my mirror control. I bought a
replacement control panel off e-bay and installed it. The mirror
controll worked again. Later I discovered the seat memory was not
working. The control panel for the windows/mirrors looked a bit
complicated for what it did.
My question is: is the seat memory function part of the window/mirror
control panel, i.e., do I need to get another one? Thanks.
On Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 12:06:07 AM UTC-4, J. Fred Riley wrote:
There is module under the driver's seat which controls the seat memory, but
it communicates through the driver's door switch (which is itself a comput
er) to the switches on the door. The switch you installed may have been in
correct or defective, or you may have another problem.
On Tue, 24 Mar 2015 09:39:49 -0700 (PDT), hyundaitech
Hmmm. The control panel looks a bit complicated to change out the
mirror switch by itself. (Then again, maybe it's a relay, not the
switch--but I doubt that.) But my wife is raising hell about the lack
of seat memory; she's gotten used to it. It may be more important
than the mirror control; obviously is.
On Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 12:21:49 AM UTC-4, J. Fred Riley wrote:
but it communicates through the driver's door switch (which is itself a com
puter) to the switches on the door. The switch you installed may have been
incorrect or defective, or you may have another problem.
You cannot replace just the mirror switch. It's part of the driver's door
master switch assembly (computer).
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