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Old 06 Jun 2004, 08:01 am
harrison
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Default Moonroof / Dimmer mirrir update

A while back I asked for some help on why my moonroof failed to operate
after I installed the Honda auto-dimming mirror in an 03 Accord.

The problem was unrelated to the mirror circuits, was caused by my
overlooking the connector on the moonroof control switch when I reinstalled
the lower dashbaord cover. The simple fix was to put the connector back on
the switch. Took about 5 miinutes.

Moral - remember what you disconnected and make sure you reconnect it when
finishing a job. I was so intent on following Honda's step by step
instructions that I did not think for myself.

Dave


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