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    Does anybody know how i turn on the heated mirrors im unsure which switch controls it. Also i have a switch was has some sort of snowflake on under the front windscreen heater what does it do?
     
     

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    The heated mirrors come on with the rear screen heater....

    The snowflake button switches you air con on and off......
     
     

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    They dont work then. are they on a seperate fuse to the rear window heater.
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    Check fuse F24 (10A)
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