Well then it wouldn't have made much of a difference since the sensor for the side mirrors is the same one used in the rear view mirror. So if the rear view isn't dimming, neither would the side mirrors.Balls. Would've been nice as with the privacy glass the auto-dim barely gets used anyway
Might be worth a playthe rearview dimming function is based on the difference between coming from the front and from the rear.
you may not be able to do anything about the light from the rear, but you can choose different front windows in VCDS.
it is in module 9
personally, I don't think the dimming effect of the centre rear view mirror is enough, far from it.
in my previous car, I had the mirror dimmed day and night
I had dimming wing mirrors in my old A3 and they do dim quite alot. Have got some dimming mirrors for the A5 and a dimming rear view mirror. Think just need a new cable from the mirror to centre convenience module. So will see how easy it easy to retro-fitnever noticed if they are dimmed or not
the diference must be even smaller than the internal mirror.
I use the lh roller button on the multi function steering wheel to do that when it interrupts my music.:smile2:If you press the on /off / mute button quickly when a traffic report interrupts the radio program you're listening to, it terminates the traffic report and reverts to your original station:thumbsup: