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#1 OFFLINE   jeff_carr

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 11:31 AM

Hello!

 

Hopefully there are still people out there checking this. I have run into an issue I am hoping to solve sooner than later and try avoid doing way more work that I am thinking I may. As with many others my mirror cover on my sun visor broke off so I decided to get a new sun visor, repair looked easy enough when looking online. However, mine has the lights built into the sun visor and I can't seem to figure out how to get this cable out. I have the sun visor off so it is only hanging on now by the cable but don't want to try to take down the whole headliner to get to it if I can avoid it. Any helpful tips are greatly appreciated. Also the replacement I received does have the lights as well so I am not going to try to just cut the wire.









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