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Folding mirror modules

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    Hi can anyone tell me which folding mirror control modules I need, part numbers would much appreciated if anyone knows them.
    Thanks in advance.
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    Thanks for that but I've already got the mirrors just need some info on modules now so that I can get everything to work.
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    you could ask NHN
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    O.k thanks I will try him.
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    This is Probably a Dumb Question Ref Folding Mirrors........Mine Are Electric , How Would I know if they are Also Folding ?????? Is there a Button to Close/Open ave not found.

    For Instance.....

    I found Out by Accident my Windows Open and Close with the Remote.......And That my Mirror dip When its set to Passenger side and put in Revers ......
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    Rabie, as far as I know they should fold when you lock the car.
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    Cheers JG51, Canna be Folding one's then, Just thought id maybe missed something with all the Other Hidden Stuff Audi seem to do...
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    on the mirror adjuster switch
    if you have folders then you have to turn it to 6 o clock if you get what i mean
    12 been off 1 right mirror 11 lest mirror 6 fold
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    Cheers Bez101, Am Currently Parked up In Italy , But will Try this when am Home Around Thursday, Ave Never Gone passed the 11 & 1 Position for Mirror Adjustment...... Ave Tried Pressing it for the Heater Mirrors.....Nothing Happens !!!
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    heater will come on with rear window heater or below a C
    if there folders the mirror switch will have a small pic at 6 dont try to force it
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    Cant say ave seen a Wee pic at 6 on the Control.... Roll on Thur so I can check it out....
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    O.k asked NHN but no reply
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    Thanks scoTTy I have followed the link to Audi infusiasts but I don't get anywhere with the coding side of it all, I spoke to 1 of the techs at the local dealers and he reckons it can't be done so I don't know my ride is a 2010 and I reckon than David's ride at Audi infusiasts is probably newer if this has anything to do with anything at all maybe I'll get in touch with some of the independent retrofit company's and see what they say.
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    did you try the codeing ?
    and it didnt work ?
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    Yes Bez coding didn't work keep getting door module not coded correctly iam not all that clued up with coding and stuff so gonna get some honest expert advice
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    I've got a MY2010 car and helped David out when he was working on the rear LED decoding. He didn't have them so I think his car is actually older rather than newer. I'm surprised the codes don't work.

    I could check my codes if you like. I've got factory folding mirrors.
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    That would be great scoTTy could you also have a quick look and see what your door control module part numbers are in 42 and 52.
    Thank you
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    This is what I have :

    Address 42: Door Elect, Driver (J386) Labels: 8K0-959-793.clb
    Part No SW: 8K0 959 793 H HW: 8K0 959 793 D
    Component: TSG FA H11 0306
    Revision: Serial number: 0000009092344
    Coding: 011C02205001410001
    Shop #: WSC 00196 210 86991
    VCID: 458AB748CCC12436FEB-8010


    No fault code found.


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    Address 52: Door Elect, Pass. (J387) Labels: 8K0-959-792.clb
    Part No SW: 8K0 959 792 H HW: 8K0 959 792 D
    Component: TSG BF H11 0306
    Revision: Serial number: 0000009105033
    Coding: 011C02205401410001
    Shop #: WSC 00196 210 90007
    VCID: 448CAA4CC7FB1D3EE95-8011


    No fault code found.
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    Thanks for the help scoTTy turns out it was the modules after all
    And thanks to anybody who gave input into my dilemma
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    WhT part number did you end up geting ?
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    johnny have a looksy plz
    would this be the right one ?
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    Looks good to me Bez
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