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Installing Automatic Dimmable Interior Mirror


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My car has a Manual Dimmable Interrior Mirror and I want to install the Automatic one.

Is this possible if I purchase and Install 955 731 514 01 ?

Also can I have the Rain Sensor functionality if I purchase it together with the mirror ?

I wonder did someone tried this before?

Cayenne - 9PA1 - 2009

Thanks,

Oktay

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i have done it on my CayenneTurbo 2009. on Turbo it only needed OEM auto dimmable mirror which I got on ebay for like 100usd it then plugs into 12DC and one wire into overhead controller (under the glass holder). On a non turbo you need to install rain and light sensor which will be a pain and waste of time. easier to get aftermarket dimmable mirror.

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I'm almost positive this cannot be achieved as this is usually one of those things that is performed when the car is produced. Good analogy would be getting a sex change. Yeah you might have the vag put in, but the plumbing is still not there.

Well, you might be right if it's something related to engine or suspension. But I did this with my previous car (Audi A6) and it worked just fine. Actually it all depends to your doctor. If you have a good one even the plumbimg will be there :) That's why I wont try doing it by myself.

i have done it on my CayenneTurbo 2009. on Turbo it only needed OEM auto dimmable mirror which I got on ebay for like 100usd it then plugs into 12DC and one wire into overhead controller (under the glass holder). On a non turbo you need to install rain and light sensor which will be a pain and waste of time. easier to get aftermarket dimmable mirror.

Well I checked to see that I do have the rain and light sensor installed. In this case I only need the dimmable mirror. I'll try to get the original one. Thanks SA321

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