Carlos V

Auto folding mirrors not folding properly

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Recently a "lady" has break the left rear-view mirror of my S-MAX and I accepted her proposal to replace it for an original (as my requirement and having part number given Ford) on the Midas (she is the director of that thing's marketing). So far everything seemed fine, but after the replacement the mirrors stopped closing automatically when it was locked.

I demanded to midas guys that they repair what they damaged, but soon I realized that the poor ones don't even understand a bit and leave them in the hope that in Ford (days later in the 5 years inspection) they were able to program that correctly ... Once more I got deceive.
In the meantime I found somewhere on the net a way of supposedly activating/deactivating the fold/unfold of the mirrors when the car is locked/unlocked. It even seems to work ... But it only works the second time. That is, I get out of the car, I lock it and nothing... I unlock it once (with the remote and lock int again) and voilá, the mirrors are folded. When unlocked, they always unfold (at least that ...)

Summing up:
I used to have a car that always fold the mirrors on first lock (it did not even have to be double-locked - turn on the alarm) both on the remote and on the door handle sensor. Now I have a car that only fold the mirrors the second time (lock, unlock and lock). On the doors's handle sensor, it has worked once or twice.
 

Note: The two mirrors continue to operate properly including lowering them to the ground when putting back gear

Does anyone here have any idea how to restore normal / reprogramming mirror behaviour?
I'm very, very grateful in advance.
My car is a Ford S-MAX 2.2 TDCI Titanium S (2014 MK1 facelift) with KeyLess / PowerStart key and memory seats
 

Kind regards,
Carlos Valente

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