Diagnostic Manual, Body and Accessories,
|12.7b Mirror, Steering column adjustment, Mirror dimming Models 202 (mirror dimming only), Models 208, 210 as of M.Y. 1998
|Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Memory
|Recalling Actual Values with HHT
|Complaint Related Diagnostic Chart
Electrical Test Program
|Connection of Components
|Preparation for Test
Hand-Held Tester (HHT)
For electric mirror etc. on model 202, please see section 12.3
This section covers mirror dimming for M.Y. 1998 only.
The desired adjustment of the outside rearview mirrors is sent as a CAN
message from the lower control field control module (N72) to the corresponding
front driver/passenger-side door control module (N69/1, N69/2). The front
driver/passenger-side door control module (N69/1, N69/2) in turn actuates
the corresponding outside rearview mirror via a direct line as necessary.
The voltage coded memory signal from the left front door ESA switch group
(S91/2) is recorded by the front driver-side door control module (N69/1).
The front driver-side door control module (N69/1), in turn directly actuates
the left outside rearview mirror (M21/6) and at the same time sends a
parallel CAN message to the passenger-side door control module (N69/2).
The passenger-side door control module (N69/2) in turn directly actuates
the right outside rearview mirror (M21/7).
With engaged reverse gear, a signal is sent from the backup lamp switch
(S16/2) to the lower control field control module (N72). The lower control
field control module (N72), in turn sends the CAN message: "Reverse
gear engaged" to the passenger-side door control module (N69/2),
and as a result, the control module actuates the right outside rearview
mirror (M21/7) to the memorized "park-position".
The "park-position" function is only possible when the outside
rearview mirror-left/right switch "right mirror" is selected.
The "park-position" function may be cancelled using the HHT.