D22 manual to electric side mirrors

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bods

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Nice work. Good info for anyone else wanting to do it too.
 

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Well its now all sorted.

Plug is in the passenger door but wiring doesnt go all the way back to the switch, only to the passenger footwell.
3 wires need to be cut on each side of the car with some new wiring fitted inbetween.

Care needs to be taken as there is 2 green/yellow wires on the 1 plug on the drivers side (1 is for the central locking, i cut the wrong one first time) and 2 green/white wires on passenger side however the wire that doesnt goto the mirror is unused so it wont matter if its cut.


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Hi guys,

I am new to this forum and have just bought myself some electric mirrors off a wrecked d22. I have followed your steps and got the drivers side working tried to do the passenger side but can't get them to work. I take it I still need to do the same as the drivers side and find the + and -? And connect a wire that runs from the switch to the L/H mirror? If you have anymore info out instructions I'd be truly grateful.
 

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Hi guys,

I am new to this forum and have just bought myself some electric mirrors off a wrecked d22. I have followed your steps and got the drivers side working tried to do the passenger side but can't get them to work. I take it I still need to do the same as the drivers side and find the + and -? And connect a wire that runs from the switch to the L/H mirror? If you have anymore info out instructions I'd be truly grateful.
see the last 2 photo's I posted?
the top one is the driverside footwell, the next one is the passenger footwell. remove the plastic trim, on each side.
you need to run 3 wires from one side of the car to the other.
the wires that have joiners on them on the driver side need to connect to the 3 wires that have been temporarily twisted togeather in the passenger footwell.

see how you go with that, just be careful to connect the right wires.
 

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The good thing about the electric mirrors is you can adjust them manually and they stay pretty well where set which is ok if only one driver and stable loading.
I have a fault to earth in my drivers mirror and will fix it one day but haven't needed to change so maybe that fix might take some time.
 

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