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strange problem with my driver side outside mirror

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Hi all,

My left outside mirror (2003 cayenne TT) is acting a bit strange lately. My memory seems not to be able to remenber the setting (only for this mirror). It works after reprogramming but the next day the setting is gone. When opening the door (entry and drive) the mirror goes completely down (like passenger mirror reverse mode). Not everytime though, especially when the car sat for some time. It also makes a lot of noice. When I took the car to the garage, they hit the wall with the mirror ( replacement cap coming soon). Could this have caused the problem, or do I need to check something else?

Thanks, frank.

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Probably an issue with the window motor-control box inside the door, this box got the control over all the components in and on the door ( mirror - window - kessy - etc. ) Perhaps a read-out from an other car with the same equipment, year, engine and sort of key ( two or tree buttons ) can help after you have read-in the new values. If you have no result with this, you need a new motor-control box i think.

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