Quick fix for power windshield sunvisor's that have fallen down.
There is another thread about broken sunvisor's running that I felt if I replied to would be getting off the original subject.
Decided it is worth relating my experience with this happening as it might get you down the road if it happens as it did to us.
Passenger side windshield sunvisor mounting clips broke about an hour after we had left for a Colorado trip two years ago and the driver's side did the same this past Feb. while on the way to the Wakarusa service center.
Sunvisors are made by Carefree and they are cheaply engineered. The plastic mounting slots broke both times after some rough roads.
I was able to pull into a Tavel America truck stop in Mt. Vernon IL when the first one broke and sat there about an hour trying to figure how to make a fix as I didn't want my wife to suffer with the glare on the trip.
Finally got the bright idea of taking a large black electrical zip tie and drove the mounting screw through the zip tie then looped it around the end of the sunvisor right next to where the broken clip used to exist. Snugged it up and while at it did the other end. Guess at the time I thought it was a fluke until the 2nd one broke.
They are still that way. You would never notice unless you knew they were there. I just can't see spending $ 450 to replace both sunvisor's when they are just going to break again. I had an estimate done on MCD powered sunvisor's but it will require reconfiguring the front TV cabinet and just can't justify that at this time.
Hope this helps someone if your sunvisor's break loose like ours did.
04 HR Ambassador 38 PDQ ISC 330 Cummins,
2016 Chevy Colorado crew cab Z71