It is standard in all cayennes and standard in cars such as corolla and civic in Asia.RU_MATRX said:There really is no reason for auto-fold in the USA as in Europe where you really do utilize them. I had the auto-fold button on my 2002 ML55 AMG and although it's cool, I never used them for practical purposes other than to show people the feature. We have plenty of parking spaces in-between vehicles here in the USA. I don't recall other vehicles/models having this feature although I know that it's std. on Mercs in Europe but not offered for US-bound Mercs.
Yup- I was just about to mention that very car- there was a guy I knew who had one, but here's the thing- every woman thinks I'm crazy with my "heart-healthy parking" on my $48K FX- "I'm gonna let you out, get us a table and I'll park the car (at the edge of the lot)"- if I had a $90K AMG, you think I'd ever park that thing to something so closely I'd need to fold in my mirrors?!RU_MATRX said:There really is no reason for auto-fold in the USA as in Europe where you really do utilize them. I had the auto-fold button on my 2002 ML55 AMG
NOTE THAT, The LED arrow will blend in with the mirror since it is clear. The LED signals are Clear LED arrows that have a self adhesive backing on them. The arrow is 2 inches long and a turning angle as show in the picture.
1. It has a positive transparent wire which is white(+), and It has a negative transparent wire(-).
2. Run the positive behind the mirror and through the door jam and the under your dash to your fuse box.
3. Connect the positive wire to your turn signal flasher fuse.
4. Ground the negative wire off.
When Connected, put your turning signal on, and it will flash on your side mirrors. The set comes complete with instructions and the pair of signals. Be sure before mounting, park the car properly, and turn off the car.