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 Power Folding mirror removal 
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Worse comes to worse, you should only need to make a relay bank that's identical to the polarity reversing one you do for door lock actuators...

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When installing mine I didn't use a relay I think the switch acts as the relay sorta speak, and I haven't had any issues yet. Would be nice to see a wiring diagram for the folding mirrors in a Eunos. :D

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