[2009 Ford e-150 Power Mirror] tfroy


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Old 05-19-13, 10:58 AM
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[2009 Ford e-150 Power Mirror] tfroy

I have a 2009 ford e-150 that has power side view mirrors, the right one will move out but not in, the left one will move in but not out. Does anyone know what the problem is and how to repair it.
 

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Old 05-21-13, 04:47 AM
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Welcome to the forum.
If I had to guess, I would say your switches need to be replaced. Sounds like a bent or damaged contact.
This is a common issue for guys who are modifying their interior switches to light up.

I'd suggest calling the dealer and see if you can get the switch pannel (probably sold as a whole unit).

Unfortunately I only have the part numbers handy for dodge switch assemblies.
 
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Old 05-21-13, 12:34 PM
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tfroy,

I'm sorry for the late response, but I own and operate three repair shops, so (needless to say), Iím always busy. In any event the issue you are describing here is typical and consistent with a BCM issue (Body Control Module). This would be especially true if your mirrors have a memory that remembers (and adjusts) to the positions of multiple drivers of your E150. Try this and post back the results. First disconnect both battery cables. While the cables are disconnected, clean the battery terminals and the battery cable heads. Be sure to remove all, dirt, rust and corrosion, from both the battery terminals and the cable heads. Now connect the positive and negative battery cables together for at least five minutes. While the cables are connected together, be sure they do not touch either battery terminal, or anything metallic. After at least five minutes (of the cables being connected together), connect both cables back to the battery and post the results.

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