Q: How do I pull down the sun visor?

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How do I pull down the sun visor?

The sun visor can help increase your visibility during extremely bright conditions. There is a sun visor in front of both the driver and the front passenger seat. To access the sun visor, simply pull it down so that it opens up.

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