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Q: Sun visors falling down

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My sun visors keep falling down.

A: It sounds like the hinge is worn out on the...

It sounds like the hinge is worn out on the visor. You will probably need to get the part from the dealer. A certified technician can assist you with changing this out along with getting the part as well. It should only take a few minutes to change out.

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