Honda Accord: Power Mirror Actuator Test - Power Mirrors - Body Electrical - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Power Mirror Actuator Test

1. Remove the mirror mount cover (see page 20-62).

2. Disconnect the 8P connector (A) from the power mirror actuator (B).

3. Check the actuator operation by connecting battery


3. Check the actuator operation by connecting battery power and ground according to the table.

4. If the mirror fails to work properly, check for an open


4. If the mirror fails to work properly, check for an open or high resistance in the wire between the connector and the mirror holder. If the wire is OK, replace the mirror actuator.

Defogger Test

5. Measure the resistance between terminals No. 1 and No. 3 of the 8P connector. There should be about 7 0 .

6. If the resistance is not as specified, check for an open or high resistance in the wire between the connector and the mirror holder. If the wire is OK, replace the mirror holder.

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