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OK I know that the GREEN/ YELLOW wires from the mirrors to the relay make them close and the blue/red wires make them open.

I know very little about relays and If I get a diagram I can hook things up I just dont completely get the theory with them but I am learning so please don't fault me.

I Hope this helps so that some one can help me.Jdm Power Folding Mirrors - Page 2 -- posted image.

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So can anyone help me please I need a diagram
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See the problem here is your diagram doesnt list whether the mirror triggers are negative or positive and with out that info I cant tell you how to do the relays. So what I need you to do is test the GREEN/ YELLOW and blue/red wires and find out if they need a positive trigger or a negative trigger to work. Please post back findings and I can make the diagram
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Have you tried the SEARCH feature to see if you could possible learn something from past threads ??

https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/search.asp?KW=folding+mirror&SM=1&SI=PT&FM=0&OB=1&Submit=Start+Search

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Jeff I have gone thru that search before I posted this thread and most of the links and pic in the threads are dead and I have not seen one of them give answer completely most of the time someone gave up and did it some other way.

What I did learn from them is that on one side its negative when folding in and positive on the other side when folding in and vise versa when folding out. So this still puts me in square one lost and confused.

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I used the flip flop relay diagram with the JDM mirrors that I use to have on my Integra. Search through the old threads and use the flip /flop relay configuration that I had and it will work. The only problem is that you will need two separate triggers to activate the relays.
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can you get a detailed diagram? that diagram doesnt say much.
however, this is what ive came to conclude:
those two wires you mentioned isnt the wire youre looking for because it goes straight to the mirrors. the alarm has to go through a high current relay to activate the mirrors. the wire you need to test is the #3 on the relay.
btw, you mentioned that the wires have +/- when open close, i believe the motor has reverse polarity.
jdmegcoupe wrote:

OK I know that the GREEN/ YELLOW wires from the mirrors to the relay make them close and the blue/red wires make them open.

I know very little about relays and If I get a diagram I can hook things up I just dont completely get the theory with them but I am learning so please don't fault me.

I Hope this helps so that some one can help me.Jdm Power Folding Mirrors - Page 2 -- posted image.

Also test these wires on one of the motor:
C-
D-
E-
lmk what its doin when the system is powered and also active.
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profuse007 wrote:
can you get a detailed diagram?
Also test these wires on one of the motor:
C-
D-
E-
lmk what its doin when the system is powered and also active.

Wires C,D,and E are the normal wires for the mirror they are the ones that make the glass go up down left and right. 

On the jdm mirror they are just 2 extra wires as opposed to the usdm ones those 2 wires are for the power folding function

wire A from the left mirror is positive and hooks up to wire B from the right mirror and the B wire on the left mirror is negative and hooks up to the wire A on the fet mirror. I know that wire A on the left mirror is positive and wire B on the left mirror is negative its the same on the right side mirror

wire 3 on the relay goes to the switch and is the one that causes the fold and unfold number 2 is positive and 4 is the negative which end up being the positive and negatives on the mirrors

I dont know if this helps but I am tryin as much as I can

Thanks

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Jdm Power Folding Mirrors - Page 2 -- posted image.
if thats teh case, lets take it to another approach. use those two wires(1&5) and wire up like a normal 2-wire actuator. thats teh simpliest route w/o having to go through testing and diagrams. then tie the relay to the lock/unlock for it to fold/unfold.
jdmegcoupe wrote:

On the jdm mirror they are just 2 extra wires as opposed to the usdm ones those 2 wires are for the power folding function

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