2020 INFINITI QX80 - Outside Mirror Adjustments

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When the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON Position, you can adjust the outside mirrors with these switches located on the arm rest.

To begin, move the small switch to the right or left, depending on which side mirror you wish to adjust.

Using the larger switch, you can then move each mirror to the desired position.

Once the mirrors are in place, return the smaller switch to the center position to avoid accidently changing the mirror positions.

Your vehicle is equipped with the reverse tilt-down feature, the outside mirror surfaces can be tilted downward to provide better rear visibility close to the vehicle while backing up.

To use this feature:
● Place the ignition switch in the ON position, then
● Move the shift lever to Reverse.
● Now, move the outside mirror control switch to select the right or left side mirror.

The mirror surfaces will return to their original position when:
● The shift lever is moved to any position other than Reverse,
● The outside mirror control switch is set to the center position, or
● The ignition switch is placed in the OFF position.

To fold or unfold the outside mirrors, the ignition switch should be in the ACC or ON position.

Push the Outside Mirror Folding Switch to the CLOSE position to fold the mirrors. To unfold them, push the switch to the OPEN position.

The outside mirrors and rear window glass can be heated to defrost, defog or de-ice for improved visibility.

Once the engine is started, push the rear window defroster switch. The indicator light on the button illuminates.

The rear window defroster automatically turns off after a period of time. The rear window defroster can be turned off manually by pushing the defroster switch a second time.

Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations, and additional operating and feature information."