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Swiveling mirror glass downward manually
Individually adjusting the position of the lowered mirror glass:
On vehicles with driver memory or comfort memory, this setting is stored on the memory buttons in the driver’s door or on the vehicle key.
For information on storing and retrieving the vehicle settings:
Moving mirror glass to the initial position
The mirror glass swivels back into its initial position:
Manually moving the mirror glass on the passenger's side to the initial position:
Dimming interior mirror manually
When adjusting the mirror, the anti-dazzle lever must be pointing towards the passenger compartment.
Switching automatic interior mirror dimming on and off
Switching automatic dimming on
The interior mirror does not dim when reverse gear is engaged or the passenger compartment lighting is switched on.
Switching automatic dimming off
Leaking electrolyte fluid when mirror glass is broken
Electrolyte fluid can leak from broken mirror glass. This fluid causes irritation to the skin and eyes.
Risk of damage to painted, leather and plastic parts, and to clothing.
Electrolyte fluid can only be removed while it is still wet.
The incidence of light must not be impaired in the detection area of the light sensor C (e.g. through stickers on the rear screen or luggage in the trunk or on the trunk cover). The incidence of light through the windshield onto the front light sensor must also not be impaired (e.g. through stickers).