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Folding wing mirror on A4

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Camus, Jun 13, 2012.

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    [Jun 13, 2012]
    Hi guys,

    Another question:

    My 2006 A4 2.0T FSI Sline Special Edition doesn't seem to have electronic folding wing mirrors. Does anyone know if I can manually fold them in? I tried but it wouldn't budge and Im worried about pushing them too hard? My last car was clipped parked in the street and I lost a wing mirror so I really want to fold them.

    Cheers
    Camus.
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    are they not ment to fold in when you lock the car?
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    Hi there, I've got a 2004 b6 cabrio and as far as I know the b6 mirrors are the same as the b7. Mine fold in by hand, they are quite stiff at first but then they fold in fine. Just be gentle but with a little force and they will click and fold in
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    Great, thanks - I will try pushing little harder!
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    Electric folding wing mirrors are as usual an Audi extra.
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    An extra I can fit if needed :)
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    A man of many talents
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    How much??
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    & socks

    Bases are about £333, trim & switch for door is approx £60, 2-3 hours per side to strip things down & get working.
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    Thanks for the offer but having bought it I'm now skint, so will use the manual approach when parking on the road in our street. :cool:
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    Quite an expensive mod for what it actually does! Think ill just fold em in by hand,lol
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