In my car, passenger mirror lowers in reverse IF you have the mirror adjustment knob (drivers door) on “R”. When out of reverse, mirror self return to normal position if you set that knob to “0” (center).NOW, I have two issues if anyone can help. I only enabled 3 things and two created issues.
I changed the touch turn signal flashes from 3 to 4. No issue.
I enabled driver's puddle light. No idea if we even have one, but thought, why not try. I lost the color and all settings of my ambient lighting after doing this. Restored what I could recall in the MMI.
The big one. I enabled lower passenger mirror in reverse. It works!, BUT will not return in drive even after minutes and achieving 45 mph. Never returns. I have tried a few things but none worked. Any ideas? I would love to have this working.
LAST, there are severe warnings for enabling Throttle response behavior DIRECT, CONTROLLED BY THRESHOLD. Has anyone had any issue doing this? I relented on enabling before posting this here.
I think it works that way because you may need to move backwards using passenger mirror in upright position. If you want to see the street border, then you have to allow it to dip using the knobInteresting. Have not tried that. But it’s supposed to-return when you select drive. I’ll try.
Yeap , I agree with you that it should go up in drive regardless of knob position.WEll, My previous Audi moved the mirror up in DRIVE. The manual I found for Tiguan, I believe, says it goes up in DRIVE. I have never seen a car that required going to the 0 position to return, but I will check!
In general, no. Most Carista adaptations seem to be fairly benign, and VW would have a hard time proving that one of those caused a warranty failure.New to Carista... Is the warranty voided if you change any settings?