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07 Camry SE Sun Visor Broken

The tension that holds the visor, it falls and does not want to stay. finally, it is broken and while i driving the sun visor swing continusely. it costs about $120 to replace the sun visor which I believe is not worth. Toyota is not good anymore.

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I had the same thing happen to my Sequoia. They replaced it under warranty when I complained.

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