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Sun Visors won't stay up.

The sun visors on both the passenger and driver sides won't stay up or down. Help!! Its driving me crazy. I have tried velcro, double sided tape-two different kinds, taping them up, even threatened to trade it. Noting works!

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Bring it back to the dealer. That happened to mine and they replaced it. Also had problems with the drivers seat. It would not go back & forth. Dealer fixed.

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