Thats great for most normal sized visors. But have ya looked at our visors? They're pretty thick and i don't think this might work... at least not as easily as described. But its worth a shot for someone who has a spare.My husband found this fix in his StreetRodder Magazine
Just to remind you (again, please don't be offended), you DID buy a 4 1/2 year old car with almost 40K miles already on it and a number of problems since the day you got it. God-only-knows (figuratively speaking, of course) how that poor car was treated by its original owner(s). Many Mo owners haven't experienced any of the problems you are seeing.mine has started to go n ow as well, hangs about 2" or so from the roof but will come down eventually i can tell. What the you know what, this is suppose to be an upper end car. I had fewer issues with fords for goodness sakes.
The drivers side visor in my 06 has failed. I'm assuming that Nissan probably used the same visors for all of the first generation Muranos, so I highly doubt it was a problem they corrected only on the 07's. However I have an 06 and not and 07 so I don't know for sure!Is this happening on 06 or 07 models? Most of the posts I've read list previous years and was just wondering if this was something fixed on the 07s?
Knew drugs were cheaper in Canada, but sun visors? Maybe you can give us contact info for the dealer, so that those that want to replace can do so at a reasonable price.just ordered a new visor threw my dealer here in Alberta Canada, the driver side one, and it was 122.00 Cnd. Brand new.