I don't think so automatically but there is the button to do it. I had that happen on my Ford Explorer a few years ago and cost me $800 to fix so it's an expensive lesson.Is there an option to fold the mirrors while driving. Eg. When i am backing out of my garage and there is possibility that i might hit the mirrors ?
Yes it is the above the controls that adjust the side mirrors and windows. There is 3 positions.. set to far right to fold mirrors in, have in the middle will automatically adjust mirrors in and out when car is locked and unlocked.. set to far left to not fold in and stay in fixed folded out position.Is there an option to fold the mirrors while driving. Eg. When i am backing out of my garage and there is possibility that i might hit the mirrors ?
I believe the side mirror adjustment, where you switch between the left and right side mirror does have a purpose. If you do not leave it in the center, when you reverse the side mirrors will tilt down. Putting the switch back in the center disables the tilt down on reverse.I tried setting the left-right mirror adjustment switch to the center/neutral position as my instruction manual said to disable the automatic folding/unfolding of the mirrors when locking/unlocking the vehicle to disable the automatic function. It did not work. Nor did it work in the left or right position.
But...I read about the "Welcoming Mirror" function and went into my settings and unchecked this option and that took care of the mirror folding/unfolding upon locking/unlocking!
I have an EX. Now I can use the button above the left/right switch to decide when to fold or unfold my mirrors.