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Old 03-10-2016, 08:52 PM   #1
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Electric window visor

Driver side visor is bound on left side by a small metal piece and will not roll up or down; motor is still working. It is a Carefree product. Any advise on how to get it down and repair it.
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Remove mounts at top and disconnect wiring paying attention to polarity. Make repairs and reinstall.
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There should be an inch or 1-1/4" screw at both ends of the visor and we just cut the wire as no plug was visible. It's a 2 person job to make sure the visor doesn't fall and gouge the dash - might put a quilt down...
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