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Mine came down in 1998 due to foam deterioration and spray adhesive did not help. I had an upholstery shop redo it's been great after that. As long as the cardboard in the headliner is intact, it can be re-upholstered. Shoulder belts, dome light, sunvisors, rear view mirror have to be removed to take out headliner.
has the visor got a slider for the mirror,if so, close it when not in use if not change it for a solid tinted plexiglass visor(no mirror) sorry but females will need to use central mirror for makeup..i am not a sexist by the way .........
You have probably got a dead short somewhere in the system. Not often but on a rare occasion when a bulb blows is will cause a dead short. Look at all the lights that are associated with that system. Replace the bulbs that are not working or ones that are dimly glowing. I suspect it may be in the sunvisor or trunk considering those are the two things that are causing you problems
Hiya...ALL factory-installed rearview mirrors are installed with different wires due to options.
About 6 different rearview mirrors are installed with those options such as On-Star, light, compass, and those features which use different wires....THIS CANNOT be modified with different rearview mirror....**for example, the Equinox owner attempt to pull out a factory-installed base rearview mirror and put in different one that has compass/temperature built into the rearview mirror**
However, the wires are located inside the front headliner which requires removing the sunvisor (and possible removal of interior plastic trim part at the left/right ends of the windshield) prior to pull the headliner down, and a small metal philips or torx screw is used to secure the rearview mirror onto the bracket glued to the windshield.
The best solution is to leave the original factory-installed rearview mirror in place.