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Q: How do you operate the lighted visor mirror?

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How do you operate the lighted visor mirror?

A: If your car is equipped with lighted visor ...

If your car is equipped with lighted visor mirrors (not available on all Fusions), you have a handy convenience feature. Of course, you need to know how to work them to get the most out of your lighted mirrors. Here’s how:

  1. Flip the sun visor down.

  2. Raise the cover on the mirror.

  3. The light will automatically turn on.

  4. Close the cover when you’re done.

  5. Return the visor to its flat position (folded against the car’s roof).

Tips

  • Don’t use the lighted vanity mirror while you’re driving.

  • Limit the use of the passenger side lighted vanity mirror while the car is in motion as the light can reduce the driver’s visibility.

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