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lx470 sidemirror

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by HDJ100L, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. HDJ100L

    HDJ100L

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    hello to all, does the lx470 has retractable side mirror from 1998-2004? :)
     
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    powered or manually retract? thanks ;)
     
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    Yes, and.....they have cool feature where they tilt down when you put her in reverse.
     
  5. tabraha

    tabraha Hello My Name is: TAD SILVER Star

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    Powered. Button's beside the mirror positioning button
     
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    Can TLC's side mirrors be upgraded to LX470 folding mirrors?

    Are the Lexus auto mirrors bolt-ins to the TLC?

    Are the position adjust switches in the same position for both vehicles?

    NE1 know if the Lexus mirrors require a "convenience" control module buried in the vehicle to make them work?
     
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    did you ever get any answers ?
     
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    Might not be relevant(sp), but there is an aftermarket unit that you can install to any(?maybe) vehicle (with AT maybe).

    It's useful in Japan where many park in reverse, but might not be as necessary in the US of A.

    Mot ;p