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Old 06-26-2012, 07:38 PM
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Re: Limited side blinker mirrors

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there is no harness....theer are two black boxes that the mirror plugs into. On the turn and autodim mirrors the harness from the mirror splits into two plugs...where the nonautodim, nonturn mirrors just have one plug. The control boxes are there...so its just having the dealer check to see if sales code LEBP can be added to your jeep. It couldnt be done on my Durango Heat...but may be able to be done on your Jeep. They just have to input your vin# into the dealer connect system and check the drop down box for codes that can be added. If LEBP sales code can be added...then you can add the trun signal mirrors!
Thank you. I'll check with the dealer then.
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Re: Limited side blinker mirrors

This is very relevant for me - I have been looking into this since I bought my Laredo in August. My biggest issue is actually finding the mirrors, however. Anyone have a good source?
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:17 PM
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Re: Limited side blinker mirrors

Here is some basic info from a member on here that is researching this mod.

The power operated outside rear view mirrors are connected to battery current at all times. Each mirror head contains two electric motors, two drive mechanisms, an electric heating element and the mirror glass. If the vehicle is equipped with the high current door power switch module configuration, hard-wired ground and battery current outputs to each power mirror motor determine whether the horizontal or the vertical motor will be operated and the polarity of those outputs control the direction in which the motor will move the drive unit and mirror glass.

Power mirror and mirror switch functionality is the same with the low current configuration; however, the driver door power switch module sends power mirror switch status messages over the Local Interface Network (LIN) data bus to the driver front door control module. The driver front door control module then controls the high current outputs to the driver door mirror motors or sends electronic request messages over the Controller Area Network (CAN) Interior High Speed (IHS) data bus to the passenger front door control module to control high current outputs to the passenger door mirror motors.

The standard equipment power outside rear view mirrors are electrically heated. In the high current door power switch module configuration, the heater grid behind each mirror glass is energized whenever the rear window defogger relay is energized by the Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) in response to electronic defogger switch status messages received over the CAN data bus from the A/C-heater control. In the low current door power switch configuration each front door control module responds to the electronic defogger switch status messages received over the CAN data bus from the A/C-heater control to control the high current output to the heater grid of the mirror on the same door as appropriate.

On vehicles equipped with the optional driver side automatic dimming outside rear view mirror, the mirror reflectance is controlled by the driver front door control module based upon hard-wired inputs received from the automatic dimming inside rear view mirror. On vehicles equipped with the optional signal mirrors, the turn signal Light Emitting Diode (LED) module in each mirror is controlled by the front door control module on the same door based upon electronic request messages received over the CAN data bus from the TIPM.

Vehicles manufactured for certain export markets are equipped with a power folding mirror option that includes another motor and drive unit in each outside mirror and a power folding mirror switch button located between the right and left power mirror selector buttons in the driver door power switch module. Each time the momentary power folding mirror switch button is depressed, both outside rear view mirrors are cycled from folded to unfolded, or from unfolded to folded. If the vehicle is equipped with the optional memory system, the driver side mirror head also contains both a horizontal and a vertical motor position sensor. When the memory set procedure is carried out, the memory module learns the outputs of the mirror position sensors so that those positions can be recalled later.

If the vehicle is equipped with the optional Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) system, an LED display unit behind the lower edge of each mirror glass illuminates an amber triangle to indicate to the vehicle operator that an object has been detected by the BSM system. The BSM LED display is controlled by the front door control modules based upon electronic messages received from the BSM control module over the CAN data bus.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:24 PM
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Re: Limited side blinker mirrors

The next step now it to determine if our laredos are the high current or low current and if they can be switch to what ever system the limited is using without affecting any other basic function
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Re: Limited side blinker mirrors

Can anyone give any insight on how the TIPM would be configured for to enable the the LED modules to flash?


See statement taken from wiTECH

".....On vehicles equipped with the optional signal mirrors, the turn signal Light Emitting Diode (LED) module in each mirror is controlled by the front door control module on the same door based upon electronic request messages received over the CAN data bus from the TIPM."
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I finally got my mirrors hooked up. A friend from worked helped me a lot! We were expecting to connect to the blinker wire behind the kick plate, but instead had to run a wire to the headlights.

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Re: Limited side blinker mirrors

Mayes glad to see you got them working the conventional way.

How did you get the wires into the cabin?

I am still keeping hope alive that someone will be able electronicall activate them.
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Re: Limited side blinker mirrors

I already have the Limited mirrors (since I own a Limited), but I'd be happy if I could just add the puddle lights to them.

Anyone know if the wire harness is already there for the puddle lights?
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Bump on this because I would really like to do this mod as well...if it isn't too difficult.
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There was a little hole with a wire already coming into the cabin from the engine bay, we just ran both wires (passenger amd driver side) through there. The hole was just under the dash on the drivers side. From there we ran the wire through the boot into the door and connected it to the blue wire that powers the leds on the mirror. I used posi-taps to make all the connections.

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The hardest part was trying to find the correct wire behind the kick plate, which turned out to be nonexistent, and connecting to the wire on the headlight blinker... those bulbs/connectors are a pain to get to.

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Re:Success I now have Limited side blinker mirrors

Three weeks ago I received an email from a friend telling me that his mechanic was able to electronically activate the turnsignal mirrors he had installed on his laredo X at the same time they did the bi-xenon upgrade with the plug and play harness.

I asked for pictures but I didn't receive any. So I asked if they could share how this was done.

They basically alluded to saying you have to have an inside person at MOPAR above the dealer level to added the sales code to your VIN.

This was enough information for me to have my researchers look into to what it would take.

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There are some features that are locked out of the laredo trim in dealer connect. So that is why those of us who have been to the dealer asking for this to be activated did not have any success.

What it takes is someone in MOPAR with the clearance to add the sales codes your VIN, once this is done then you can visit the dealer and have the feature activated.

The bottom line is that yes this can be done simply by adding the mirrors and coding but this mod will not be possible for everyone if you don't "know a guy that knows a guy that can do this for you."

Added Mirrors to 2012 Laredo X

Part# Left : #57010704AI
Right: #57010705AI

Coding: LEBA (exterior mirrors with supplemental signals)


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