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Automatic anti-dazzle door mirrors
The door mirrors change to anti-dazzle position automatically in synchronisation with the interior mirror.
For information on the automatic anti-dazzle function of the interior mirror:
Swivelling down mirror glass as parking aid
On vehicles with driver or comfort memory, the mirror on the passenger’s side swivels down slightly to show the curb area when reverse gear is engaged.
Automatic Anti-Dazzle Interior Mirror
Sensors on the front and rear sides of the interior mirror measure the incident light. The mirrors automatically change to anti-dazzle position or revert to their normal state, depending on the light intensity.
The incidental light within the detection area of the light sensor C must not be restricted (e.g. by stickers on the rear window or items of luggage in the luggage compartment or on the luggage compartment cover). Likewise, the incidental light coming through the windshield to the front light sensor must not be restricted by stickers.
Switching off automatic anti-dazzle function
The anti-dazzle function switches off automatically if:
Switching on automatic anti-dazzle function
Broken Mirror Electrolytes
Electrolyte fluid may escape from broken mirror glass. This fluid irritates the skin and eyes.
Risk of damage to paintwork, leather, plastic components and clothing.
Electrolyte fluid can be removed only while it is still wet.