Passenger Mirror Creep

Big John Son

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I adjust my passenger mirror every morning, and by the end of the day it needs adjusting again. It moves down on it's own. Anyone else come across this problem and have a fix? Trying to avoid bringing it to the dealer.
 
I had exactly the same thing happening, was driving me crazy. I would have to adjust the passenger side mirror up every day. One day it occurred to me to get in, get comfy, set up everything the way I want it, and reset the #1 memory (did that all originally, at least i thought) Hasn’t been a problem since. Don’t know if it will still creep down on a long drive, but everytime i start the truck everything goes back to the way i set it.
 
YUP! It doesn’t stay where I put it. I noticed it before that I’m always having to adjust it. But the other day on a road trip with a trailer I realized it didn’t even make it a few hours before I was resetting it.
 
All of the power mirrors in every truck I've owned have moved. I did what @Hank. mentioned above and no longer a problem.

MB
 
I had exactly the same thing happening, was driving me crazy. I would have to adjust the passenger side mirror up every day. One day it occurred to me to get in, get comfy, set up everything the way I want it, and reset the #1 memory (did that all originally, at least i thought) Hasn’t been a problem since. Don’t know if it will still creep down on a long drive, but everytime i start the truck everything goes back to the way i set it.
Cool, I'll give this a shot tomorrow. Thanks for the tip.
 
I adjust my passenger mirror down each time to back into the garage, what I notice is that it moves really slow when adjusting. But always in the right place for each drive - no creep.
 
No creep, however I think the mirror glass shakes excessively when hitting bumps.
 
@Hank. Thanks bud, that worked. I actually had never thought the mirrors were part of seat memory. You da man.
 
I adjust my passenger mirror down each time to back into the garage, what I notice is that it moves really slow when adjusting. But always in the right place for each drive - no creep.
You can set up your memory setting on the driver door with two settings. One for general driving and the other for when you want the mirrors adjusted specifically for backing. I've set the top memory button for general driving. The second button is set with everything in the same position except the mirrors are adjusted down enough to see the wheels and out slightly. Then when I'm backing into a tight location I can just hit the second button and back in. Hit the top button to move the mirrors back to the general position when done.
 
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My passenger mirror will move up and out. Once I get back to 1/2 way adjust it freezes up and won’t move down or in.
The dealer did a reset on something and it worked for a day or so. Back to manually pushing a very expensive mirror by had to make adjustments. They will probably have to replace the dam thing.
 
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