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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: sun visor replacement
You unscrew the two bolts and gently take the visor off the mount. There will be a wire attached that has a plastic male/female connection that can be pulled apart. Do this gently. The wire is the power connection for the vanity light located within the visor.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Hello. here is the instructions for removing the sunshade.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
go to a dealership with a screwdriver and your broken sun visor in hand. take out a nissan murano with an interior that matches yours for a test drive and perform a switch on the sun visors. install your broken visor in place of the one that works, and take the one that works out of the car that your test driving.
Problem solved, its free, and you didn't have to get creative to fix the problem. Plus, they can't blame you for a broken visor considering that they fail in these cars all the time. You're welcome!!!
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
SOURCE: how do remove driver side
My driver's side visor inexplicably fell out the other day and I had to re-install it.
The metal frame has two openings in close proximity for the visor mounting. One is triangular and the other is a hole.
The teardrop portion of the visor has a post which fits into the above mentioned hole. The visor arm is attached to a piece which has three plastic lugs.
There is an opening visible in the last photo from the OP. I used a flat tip screwdriver and pressed IN on the tab inside the opening. This "dis-connects" the two pieces and allows the teardrop portion and the triangular lugs to move separately.
So, to install visor, press the tab, release the two portions, align the post with the hole and turn visor until three lugs line up with the points of the triangle. Push assembly flush with headliner and move visor back and forth until you hear a "click" and the two pieces are connected again. When I did it the click came when I moved the visor far forward (towards windshield). This position was approximately 45 degrees with respect to the line of the top of the windshield. I would imagine the dis-assembly is the opposite procedure.
Hopes this helps.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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