Kia and Hyundai have this same mounting bracket on windshield. Model of the mirror i used is A7062-ADUP1. Most important thing is to find wiring diagram for each model. For example my wife's Tucson has 2 wiring diagram options, depend where it was made, Korea or USA.I dont see the mirror available on hyundai tuscon website as well.
if you go to Kia's website now to build a new model, it lists it as 350 on optional accessories.Mirror is no longer on the coming soon option.
It might sit in Korea or at the port in US. Either way, the vehicle doesn't leave until that option is assembled and inspectedIf you choose that option, most likely the vehicle will be built and be sitting in Korea waiting for the mirror. They won't send the vehicle until the mirror is added.
I did not even think about the Sorento having the homelink mirror previously. Now I need to find the part number for that mirror from 2021. Thank you for the reminder. Do you happen to know that part number?I am going to guess that the one for the Sorento will be exactly the same, or at least compatible. But there is no official release from Kia yet, so I can't be sure
Okay, I will purchase the mirror for the 2022 Sorento and see if it fits the 2023 Sportage. But it won't be done for a couple of weeks since we will be out of town on vacation and I don't want to order anything that might sit on the porch for over a week unattended.I think R5F62-AU600 or 700?
How did you tap the wires? Did you solder the connections or use the one from the Elantra?I put my homelink, compass, electrochromatic mirror from my 2020 Elantra into my 2023 Sportage. While I was at it, I hard wired my radar detector in beside it. The dome light next to it has +12v constant/+12v ignition and ground. I didn't look for a reverse wire(that un-dims the mirror in reverse) The mounts work fine and wiring color codes are on the internet if you search.