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In the owners manual ion page 3-31 where it talks about the Automatic Anti-Glare Inside Mirror it states "Do not apply glass cleaner. Doing so will reduce the sensitivity of the sensor, resulting in improper operation." Is this correct? If so what should I clean my mirror with? Any info is appreciated.

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Plain water (de-ionized or reverse osmosis are best), I think they are worried about two things:

The Ammonia in some glass cleaner that over time can etch glass or alcohol that might weep into the "dimming films" for lack of a full description that are in the mirror and could be adversely affected.

A number of eyeglass wipes or LCD screen wipes are also good.

Don't use so much liquid that it wil flood the mirror.
 

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GripperDon said:
Plain water (de-ionized or reverse osmosis are best), I think they are worried about two things:

The Ammonia in some glass cleaner that over time can etch glass or alcohol that might weep into the "dimming films" for lack of a full description that are in the mirror and could be adversely affected.

A number of eyeglass wipes or LCD screen wipes are also good.

Don't use so much liquid that it wil flood the mirror.
I have found that most eyeglass wipes (I wear glasses) and LCD screen wipes are nothing more than some soft tissue dipped in alcohol. Is that okay?
 

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I feel it is as they are not drooling down the glass into the innards. (neat word "innards")
 

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My 2004 owners manual only goes to 3-18, mirror info on 3-15, no mention about cleaners do-s or don'ts. Different info in 2005?
 
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