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Old 02-10-2012, 11:10 PM
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Re: Ghost Power Mirrors

Here is how i fixed mine. Move both mirrors to their fullest extent up down side to side and then they started working normaly. There is a write up on wjjeeps about the sensors getting corroded or something inside the mirrors and this help clean them. Some people had to take the glass out of theirs to fix it. Doesn't appeal to me, thoughts of breaking a 500 dollar drivers mirror. I did both mine about a year ago and they function normally with both remotes now.
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Re: Ghost Power Mirrors

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Originally Posted by Amelie View Post
I think the most likely choice would be that it's a memory setting stored in the WJ from the previous owner.

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All WJ models feature one of three different types of outside rear view mirrors and either of two types of inside rear view mirrors. Basic WJ models include standard power operated outside mirrors. All outside mirrors have 3 manual detent positions, full forward, full rearward, and normal. Premium power heated mirrors, with and without the driver's side auto-dimming feature, are offered or included on other models. A memory system that automatically positions the power mirrors for two different drivers is included on most Limited and all Overland models. The memory system on 1999-2002 WJ's included both outside mirrors. Starting with 2003 model production, the memory function was dropped from the passenger side mirror."
I have seen it stated before where the memory function was dropped from the passenger side mirror but my 03 still has this feature. If you can call it a feature because it has also changed position from it set program.
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