Q: How does the sunglasses holder work?

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How does the sunglasses holder work?

Your Accord offers built in storage for your sunglasses. It’s convenient, and located right above your head, between the sun visors. To use it:

  1. Simply push upward at the slot/indentation and then let go. The spring inside will slowly lower the holder.

  2. Place your sunglasses inside, and then close it. Just push up until it latches in place once more.

Tips

  • Never drive with the holder open, as your sunglasses may fall out.

  • Note that some sunglasses will be too large for the holder.

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