Okay, so I'm renting a Kia Sedona for the next week or so, while my own
car is being fixed. I've read the owners manual, but it hasn't really
helped much. This vehicle has got an autodimming interior rearview
mirror which doesn't seem to dim at all at night. Owner's manual just
talks about a button to turn the feature on or off (it's on), but there
doesn't seem to be anything that adjusts its sensitivity or anything. Is
there anything I need to be doing?
this usenet forum is long-dead - but you might get an answer
on the Kia forums web site link below -
First do a quick search - in the Models - Sedona forum
for a previous post on this topic - failing that - you would need
to Register - to post your question.
I have one of those mirrors in my Optima. It works by sensing the brightness
of headlights behind you and varies the amount of dimming. The brighter and
closer the lights, the more it dims. There is no adjustment for you to do.
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