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Question What's this switch for?

Any Idea what this switch is for? I was thinking about using it as the switch to my oil cooler fan. My owner's manual does not say what it is, any ideas?


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Old 03-18-2004, 06:33 PM
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it selects between left/right mirror selection for the 4 way switch on your door to adjust mirrors
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OK Matt, I've got to ask...

How have you been adjusting your mirrors? I picture you trying to adjust the drivers mirror and not being able to, then wandering why the pass side is always screwed up.

Just giving you a hard time.
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HOLY CRAP! Now I feel REALLY stoopid. Here I was adjusting my driver's side mirror by hand this whole time! ha ha ha, I'm a dork! Thank goodness it was already set for the passenger side mirror!

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Kinda looks like the James Bond Passenger Seat Eject button to me. What do I know...I have an early car
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Not the bright red switch he talking about the rocker switch.

You need to read the owner manual.
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No, but you could substitute another pic and change your text and make the others look foolish.
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Zeke, I likes the way you think! Sooooo embarassing...

While we're on the subject, anyone know where you can buy a switch EXACTLY like this?
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Silly, you put the key in there to start the car!!!
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Silly, you put the key in there to start the car!!!
he was confused cause it's on the left LOL
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there is room on the dash gauge plastic plate for small switches.. it's already cut into the body behind the dash covering.
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Looks like you need to dust down there !
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Matt,

Actually, YES! Just click on the 'Edit' button of your first post at the top, and you do have the 'Delete' option!
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matt, that is funny. dont delete this thread.
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You can't delete even though it looks like you can.

Best wishes.

By the way, I use that switch all the time to adjust the PS mirror when reverse parking close to kerbs.

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