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Q: How do the sun visors work?

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How do the sun visors work?

Your Accord is equipped with two sun visors to help reduce glare from sunlight. Using them is as easy as it gets. Just follow these steps:

  1. Fold down the sun visor.

  2. Pull the support rod out of the roof clip.

  3. Adjust the sun visor to block the glare by swinging it out and sliding it on the slide rod.

  4. Replace the sun visor when you park the car.

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