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Old 08-07-2013, 01:33 PM
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I thought this was an option on certain trims only and not on Sports. On my 8.4a the only thing under driver assist is Hill Assist

Edit: I guess it only comes with the memory seats?
Probably. I don't have it on my Sport. Too bad - I love the feature on my '07 300C.
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From what I've read it's a laramie and/or memory seat thing.

Which is what leads me to believe that it's hard coded somewhere in the interface. IF I am motivated enough and advantageous enough to find a programmer to pick it apart, I suspect that it could be enabled with any power mirror.

Likely though, now that it seems confirmed that it's coded in as is, I will just deal with it and move the mirror manually when I really need it in reverse, since it will go back to normal when in drive. I will keep my ear to the ground for someone who will be willing to look at the code. I'm going to post up on a programmer forum that my buddy belongs to, there are enough income hungry grad students out there that something may come of it. The instructions will probably be in hindi or chineese, bu it may happen.
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From what I've read it's a laramie and/or memory seat thing.

Which is what leads me to believe that it's hard coded somewhere in the interface. IF I am motivated enough and advantageous enough to find a programmer to pick it apart, I suspect that it could be enabled with any power mirror.

Likely though, now that it seems confirmed that it's coded in as is, I will just deal with it and move the mirror manually when I really need it in reverse, since it will go back to normal when in drive. I will keep my ear to the ground for someone who will be willing to look at the code. I'm going to post up on a programmer forum that my buddy belongs to, there are enough income hungry grad students out there that something may come of it. The instructions will probably be in hindi or chineese, bu it may happen.
If remember if you adjust the mirror when in reverse it wont go back to the same pre-set spot when going forward again. You will have to hit the memory recall to get them back.
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