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I'm not sure you can. Talk to a Subaru parts guy at a dealership. What I can tell you for sure is this: I replaced the passenger side visor on a '94 Legacy Lsi that was torn off when the car was stolen and driven from WV to FL. I couldn't find a used one and the insurance company wound up paying 135 bux for an original equipment replacement. Good luck. . .
I'm not an expert on the electrical part of the 04 maxima. But I noticed on one of the websites I normally visit that it could be a blown bulb on the passenger side vanity mirror. Here's the quote:
2004 Maxima Tail Lights and Parking Lights fuse blows when interior dome light
Discovered that my tail lights
and parking lights fuse (next to the window washer box which took me a couple of
hours to find!) would blow everytime I turned interior dome light on. First I
thought it was my Ipod and then maybe moisture was getting in through a small
crack in the left rear tail light. Sat in my car last night with a box of fuses
and did everything one at a time. It was the turning on of my dome light that
caused the fuse to blow. It was instant. I have a blown bulb in the passenger
side vanity sun-viser flap. I will change that tomorrow and post an update.
He hasn't updated on the results of changing his vanity mirror bulb. I hope this helps...I hate car electrical problems...So hard to diagnose...