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Old 01-30-2012, 12:56 PM
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Thumbs down Help! My passenger side visor won't stay up!

So, the title says it all... i put it up and the second i hit a bump in swings back down. How can i fix this?
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Check for some set screws on the back side of the support arm.
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That didn't do it..its the actual visor itself... the mount for it doesn't move but the visor itself slides around.
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I had the same thing happen to me at first. I started correcting this by removing the visor from the holder and swinging the visor back towards me and twisting it up a bit more and then while keeping it in that position sliding it back to the bracket. Doing it that way it would stay up tight to the headliner.

Now it seems to stay up much better on its own without having to do that.

Maybe it just needed some break in time.
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They go bad easy from what i've heard. Mine are both shot, i'm buying new ones. It's a pain in the ass! i would put paper in the pinch thing that holds it and it would stay up. But i broke it so now i had to buy a new pinch holder thing and figure screw it i'll buy new visors.
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Had the same prob with my 02.Found one in great condition at a junk yard only paid 20 bucks!You might get lucky and find one on ebay!
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