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Remove the screws from the sunshade mounting plate. Pull downwards in order to disengage the sunshade from the roof. Pull down the sunshade in order to access the electrical connectors, if equipped with a vanity mirror. Disconnect the electrical connections from the sunshade, if equipped with a vanity mirror.
Important: Do not rotate the sunshade on shaft. Doing so may cause the sunshade to become mis-aligned and not properly retained.
Remove the sunshade from the roof.
All of the interior lamps are powered thru the body computer. The power source is a 10amp fuse marked CTSY LAMP. The vanity mirror is on the same circuit with the lights for the door lock and power window switches.
has the visor got a slider for the mirror,if so, close it when not in use if not change it for a solid tinted plexiglass visor(no mirror) sorry but females will need to use central mirror for makeup..i am not a sexist by the way .........
ok.. you either bought the lights over the vanity mirrors in the sun visors... or the lights are not working in the sun visors???? Wow man!... think you could take additional classes in the English language? ... what's this issue with 'extra clock' in between the sun visors are not working'???? Tell you what, since you're convinced you have a problem, Go to www.hmaservice.com and register( Vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you have access to shop manuals, service bulletins, wiring diagrams, etc. about your vehicle.