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Does anyone know what all do i need when removing the folding mirrors out of a eunos presso? I got the mirrors and switch but i cant find the relay anywhere. Do i really need to take out the dash or could i remove it without doing so.

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October 11 2012, 7:04 AM
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I don't think the mirrors would need a relay. I don't recall seeing one, but if so equipped, you'd shouldn't have to remove the dash to remove it.

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October 13 2012, 4:11 AM
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I remeber seeing folding mirrors for sale somewhere on google and it had the relay that looked like the flasher relay but it was a blue box instead of grey and said folding mirrors on it. I dont think it was for a presso. It was for a 323 or some other mazda. I already removed the switch and mirrors but i would think there is more somewhere im missing. I hope not because i soon wont have the presso any more so i wont be able to grab anything else later :( :(

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No more Presso? :crying:
Are these standard mirrors? or power-folding mirrors? I get the feeling I'm missing or over-looking something here...

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power folding mirrors you flick a switch and they fold in automatically sorry i didnt say the power part lol

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Yes there should be a relay under the dash, just follow the wires :roll:

Although I didn't use relays when I installed mine :shrug:

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I was missing something! wow, now there's another item on my 'want' list...

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Yes there should be a relay under the dash, just follow the wires :roll:

Although I didn't use relays when I installed mine :shrug:



oh man, if you didnt have to use relay cool but the wires from the switch doesnt go to the usual fuse box area like you would think it goes all up into the HVAC area and i wold have to take the dash out to get there. But if you didnt use the relay cool they should work with out them.

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hmmm that's interesting. It almost sounds like they were put on aftermarket then or something. Those 2 wires are probably going straight to the mirror on the other side of the car for the folding function. That's how I ran mine...

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could be the case but i remember seeing a blue box on someone elses folding mirror set up BUT im sure if yours are good mine will be too thanks alot :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Do the lock cylinders illuminate when you touch the handle? If so, Dibbs :lol:

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Do the lock cylinders illuminate when you touch the handle? If so, Dibbs :lol:



I didnt even look but i dont think so. I will check when i go get the car from the local military sale lot down the street because i have to still get a few thing from the car.

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Alright! Haha, I keep forgetting there are so many cool things that the Presso MIGHT have, and the list is pretty long... How about the trunk speakers, are the panels on the sides full length, or flap style?

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MrMazda92 wrote:
Alright! Haha, I keep forgetting there are so many cool things that the Presso MIGHT have, and the list is pretty long... How about the trunk speakers, are the panels on the sides full length, or flap style?



No it has the flaps. Yeah when i first was in the car i was amazed at how different it is then a MX3. It seems like your in a "up scale" MX3 lol I really wish i could keep it

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Eventually you'll get one!

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