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Old 09-24-2020, 11:18 AM   #1
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If these pictures posted properly, I am trying to determine the MIRROR HEAT switch OFF position.
I drove in the other day during a rain storm and used the mirror heat switch. It worked perfectly, but I'm doubting myself if I turned it off when I arrived. I'm trying to eliminate a power drain.
I'd like to believe DOWN is the off position based on the all the other switches.
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I would think the way you show it in the picture is OFF.
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I agree with Bill. Normally, switches like this are off in the down position.
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I would think the way you show it in the picture is OFF.
Yep, the pictograph on the switch shows the top side is wired to the heater wiring.
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