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Old 01-06-2010, 10:51 AM   #1
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FWIW Driver Shade Problem

FWIW My Driver Shade just came crashing down! I had to repair the Plastic mounting clip on the center windshield end. Then as I pushed the device back up to the ceiling to access the difficulty of drilling a new hole in my patch, I noticed that the ceiling has a considerable bow in it. The original plastic end piece had several stress cracks. You may want to take a look at yours. Just unscrew the center end screw and it will hang down about a foot on the power chord. It would be a lot easier to fix before it comes down!
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Had the same thing happen to mine on the drivers side
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