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Auto Dimming Mirror

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B8 Chassis)' started by Gazthesparky, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. Gazthesparky
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    Gazthesparky Member VCDS Map User

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    [Jan 17, 2012]
    Hi all

    I know that this has been covered extensively on the forums, believe me i know my head is s confused because of it

    I have a A4 B7 2008 cab with a standard rear view mirror in it. I want to fit an auto dimming mirror.

    i am a little confused as to the wiring connections

    i think that
    theres a ground that goes to the body of the car
    + from the overhead light
    a reverse trigger but i don't know where to pick this up from
    a connection to the drivers wing mirror
    a connection to the passenger wing mirror (these aren't required as i don't have auto dimming mirrors)

    if i do fit the wing mirrors later do i have to bring the wires down the pillars to the wing mirrors?



    anything other connections ??

    also once i have fitted the auto dim rear view mirror i want to retro fit the auto lights to the car is the light sensor for this in the mirror or is it external ?

    has anyone got a good link to a guide that is clear and refers to a B7 A4

    cheers

    gazthesparky
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  3. Necroscope
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    [Jan 17, 2012]
    Wrong forum dude, this is b8, boy you are confused ;)
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    Gazthesparky Member VCDS Map User

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    Yeh I know lol but didn't realise I was in the wrong forum till I had posted lol
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    [Jan 18, 2012]
    you may want to check the windscreen mount...the auto dim is possibly different!
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