Auto Power Folding Mirrors on Double Locking

Tools needed:

  • Pliers
  • 7″ Wrench and wire cutters (only memory seats)

This module will automatically fold your mirrors on the second press of closing button (double locking)

Installation won’t take long, as the module comes with all the necessary wires and connectors. And to install it, you will just need to attach it to the factory harness, as shown. It’s as simple as that!

Jaguar X-Type

has 2 installation types

Depending on whether your car is equipped with memory seats or not, the installation process will differ.

The module ideally fits both types.

Jaguar S-Type

Will come soon!

Seats without memory

Disconnect the battery

Disconnect one of the battery terminals.

Get the connector out

The connector we need to pull out is a blue CA208. It is located on the back side of the fuse box.

The fuse box itself is located on the left-hand side (at the driver’s feet on left-hand drive cars).

This connector is easy to locate to the touch as there is no other connectors underneath it.

The tab on the connector faces to the left.

It may take some time to get it out. But once you’ve succeeded, the hardest part is over!

Нам нужно всего 2 соединения на этом коннекторе. Красный и черный провода.

Connect respectively black to black, red to red.

The white and blue wires remain unused. They are only needed for seats with memory. You can either remove them from the plug or leave them as they are.

The connector can be plugged back into the fuse box.

The last wire left to be connected is the yellow one.

It is connected to the GEM (General Electronic Module) on the right-hand side of the car (behind the glove box on left-hand drive cars).

Run the wire under the centre console and make the connection.

 

That’s it, you can put the battery terminal back in place and test new function! 🙂

Seats with memory

Move the seat backwards

Push the driver’s seat as far back as possible. If it is possible to change the inclination, tilt it as far back as possible.

The necessary wiring harness to which the connection is to be made is located under the seat in the front.

Disconnect the battery

Disconnect one of the battery terminals.

Connections

The necessary wires are located under the driver’s seat. You can remove the wire ties for convenience.

We need to connect the module to 3 wires: black, red and white/blue.

The first two are easy. Black to black, red to red.

Note that there are other wires of the same colors on the plugs. You need the black one on the bottom row on the right and the red one on the bottom row on the left (on the grey connector).

The white/blue wire will need to be cut in half.

This will create two wires, one going to the seat and the other going into the wiring harness.

Connect the module’s blue wire to the section that goes to the seat and the white wire to the one going into the wiring harness.

At this stage the module itself can be fitted under the seat.

Slightly loosen the screw that secures the plug under the seat and fit the module on top of it.

The last wire left to be connected is the yellow one.

It is connected to the GEM (General Electronic Module) on the right-hand side of the car (behind the glove box on left-hand drive cars).

The wire can be routed either through the centre console or through the driver’s door sills.

That’s it, you can put the battery terminal back in place and test new function! 🙂

 

All set!

Driving will now be even more comfortable

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