Step 1: Gather the tools and parts you will need.
Tools: Phillips-Head Screwdriver, Flat-Head Screwdriver
Parts: Click Here to find your correct application(s) and color.
Step 2: Sit in the seat below the sunvisor you are replacing and look up. Remove the cover using a flat-head screwdriver or similar tool.
Step 3: Unscrew the base of the old sunvisor using your screwdriver. Take the old Sunvisor down and set it aside.
The screws shown here were able to take either a phillips-head or a flat-head screwdriver. Check yours to see which would be best for you.
Step 4: Insert the new Sunvisor and loosely screw in one of the screws.
This only needs to be tight enough to hold the sunvisor in place, you can just use your hands at this point.
Step 5: Rotate the Sunvisor around so you can access the second screw, loosely screw this one into place.
Again, you can just use your hand at this point.
Step 6: When you are sure everything is aligned and fits properly, tighten both screws into place using your screwdriver.
Step 7: Put the cover back over the base of the sunvisor.
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