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My sun visor wont stay up. Everytime I hit a bump on the road it falls down. How can I fix it? Is a 2003 Toyota Highlander Limited beige sun visor with vanity mirror and homelink.

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The retension spring is weak, it cant be fix, have to replace it, check the dealer or your near by salvage yard.

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