Renault Laguna 2 — Dismantling Door Mirror To Access Temperature Sensor

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the sensor is located behind the nearside mirror,if you run your finger along the bottom edge you will feel a dimple,i believe this is were the sensor is located,as for the replacement i have not done one,no doubt someone will be along soon to advise,

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Thats odd mines on the drivers side mirror

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Hi
Thanks for your replies, I have found it on the passengers side mirror , but I have a left-hand drive so maybe there is no particular side for them.
Just need to find out how to get at it and if its easy to replace.

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Thanks Mickdoc for your information . looks straight forward , will tackle it tomorrow.

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I was quite nervous as I had the expensive metallised Initiale mirrors — they of course remain attached to the heater wires so did not fall on the floor.
Refitting is much more straightrforward.

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Thats odd mines on the drivers side mirror


I was quite nervous as I had the expensive metallised Initiale mirrors — they of course remain attached to the heater wires so did not fall on the floor.
Refitting is much more straightrforward.

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Any advice is welcome Norm.

Thanks for your time and effort,I’ll move this post into the knowledge base before it gets lost here!

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My experience of the door mirror suggests that there is more than one fixing method used.

I have an 02 Laguna Initiale and needed to access the motors to repair them.

On mine the mirror was held in place by a plastic locking ring. This is accessed from the top by tilting the mirror down.
The ring is pushed to the right and the mirror is then free.

When you get the back cover of the miror it exposes a small slot in the top of the case frame. This allow screwdriver access to the ring on the mirror to allow it to be re fitted.

The mirror unit in my Initiale also seems thicker than others. It has both heating elements and electical control to reduce glare.