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MahmoodAnsari
Hi all,
First of all I apologize if I make any forum mistakes as just joined. I just got a 2001 Ford Mondeo - A car that I've always wanted since childhood. However I cannot work how to move the mirrors a bit down so it helps me to park a bit better.

Would appreciated it if anyone can help me :)

- Mahmood
TDCiST
Are they electric mirrors??

If so there will be Joystick type button on your drivers mirror (I think)

Take a look at the image below:



If they are manual mirrors, just move the stick down a bit!!
MahmoodAnsari
[quote name='TDCiST' timestamp='1359070958' post='230100']
Are they electric mirrors??

If so there will be Joystick type button on your drivers mirror (I think)

Take a look at the image below:



If they are manual mirrors, just move the stick down a bit!!
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Ah yes! I saw that button, thought it had something to do with it but didn't know how to operate.

Thank you so much! Glad I joined the forum :)
TDCiST
Glad to be of Service ;)

Stick around! Im sure youll find more answers for any questions you may have!!
MahmoodAnsari
[quote name='TDCiST' timestamp='1359071136' post='230104']
Glad to be of Service ;)

Stick around! Im sure youll find more answers for any questions you may have!!
[/quote]

I certainly will, love talking to like minded people, you car is so awesome by the way!
TDCiST
Ah its nothing Special!! lol
MahmoodAnsari
[quote name='TDCiST' timestamp='1359071244' post='230106']
Ah its nothing Special!! lol
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Sure is looks badass :)


[color=#282828]Sorry to be a pain but one more question. After the mirror buttons on driver side to control the windows there are two switches, they have two icons on them. one goes red while other goes green. Any idea what they're for? I pressed one while trying to figure out mirrors so want to make sure I haven't done anything stupid[/color]
TDCiST
Any chance of a picture???
MahmoodAnsari
[quote name='TDCiST' timestamp='1359071369' post='230108']
Any chance of a picture???
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Of course will post tomorrow morning, I'm thinking maybe its to do with heating or such.
TDCiST
Only thing i can think of near the window switches is the electric rear window deactivation/activation switch, but i dont know if they light up...

Have a look below:

MahmoodAnsari
[quote name='TDCiST' timestamp='1359071735' post='230111']
Only thing i can think of near the window switches is the electric rear window deactivation/activation switch, but i dont know if they light up...

Have a look below:


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Ok you know everything haha, it was the isolating the rear windows thing. Which settings should I have it on? I just want it to be normal. I'm guessing active?
TDCiST
Yeah on active. Until people get on your nerves messing about with your rear windows then u turn it off! Lol
MahmoodAnsari
[quote name='TDCiST' timestamp='1359072375' post='230117']
Yeah on active. Until people get on your nerves messing about with your rear windows then u turn it off! Lol
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Haha cheers for all your help highly appreciated :) - best get some sleep good night :)
adamhawk
So where's this picture! Glad you sorted windows out, always a nightmare not being able to exactly what you require! Was there no log book with the car?!
gforce
Yeah, as Dave said it's just the rear window deactivation switch. Like a safety feature if you've kids (or just people who act like kids!) in the back.

So what sort of Mondeo did you go for? Is it staying standard or have you plans to Mod?
MahmoodAnsari
[quote name='gforce' timestamp='1359116964' post='230192']
Yeah, as Dave said it's just the rear window deactivation switch. Like a safety feature if you've kids (or just people who act like kids!) in the back.

So what sort of Mondeo did you go for? Is it staying standard or have you plans to Mod?
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Just normal 2001 Ford Mondeo LX in dark green :)


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