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Need to replace left side sun visor - how to?

I do not see any screws that holdit on

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Without the year would be guess work. Still, if:
1. fairly new, try your dealer or original point of purchase;
2. a few years old, pls try:

  1. automotix; and/or
  2. Car Cabin; and/or
  3. KyParts.
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al help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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I just fixed this same problem on my 1993 Toyota Camry.

First, I tried velcro, but in the hot weather the glue wouldn't hold to the fabric so the fix only lasted about 6 months.

Just now I gerryrigged a black office paper clip - the big kind with the black clip attached to two big silver metal hands - to the visor and metal arm.

Magic, it's fixed, and for free.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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