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I have a Suzuki Ignis 1.3 2003. The driver side sun visor made a clicking sound yesterday and now won't stay in position up against the headliner or down towards the windscreen. It is hanging and swivelling and affecting visibility. It sounds like something inside the visor clicked. The bracket to clip it into is fine. Is it possible to fix this? Ignis parts are either hard to come by or expensive - am guessing everyone is after the same bits that have a weak spot! Any help gratefully received as I'd rather not buy a new one if I can help it.

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