Basic Model 2003 Highlander sun visors when pulled down and pushed towards the windshield will not stay in place. They are covered with vinyl with no adjustments screws I can see. They are also starting to fall down when placed back to their standard holding positions.
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Re: Sun Visors won't stay forward towards windshield
Inside the sun visor there is a spring which is moving to side when you push down the spring pushes side so it will keep down when you want to push to the normal possition spring releces and keep to that possition any way i would like to advice you to replace sun visor.
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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.
most of the times on the visors if you look at were it mounts on the car you will see a small screw this is a set screw and if you tighten it just a little bit it should hold your visor up for you. but not all vehicles have a set screw as iam talking about. and if the impala dosent you need to get a compleat new visor
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I had the same problem with my 2002 Highlander and had the visor replaced twice. This was the driver's side one with the remote garage door entry. The first time was under warranty. The second time they told me that it was going to be an outrageous $630 plus labor to be replaced as I was past warranty. I decided to go with the basic visor without the remote door entry which was $75 and I replaced it myself. This has been in place for almost two years without a problem. I was mad about it all though and called customer service explaining that it was ridiculous that an item which was absolutely necessary for safe driving (especially in sunny California where I live) should be a problem. They ended up giving me a $600 credit to use for future service at any Toyota dealer. I kept the simple visor and got new brakes instead and other service instead. I felt that they listened to my concern and were fair about the solution even if there should not have been a problem in the first place. Hope this helps.