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Old 09-14-2011, 01:48 PM
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07 Expy EB EL, Sun Visors Problem

Good morning, everyone.

I have an 07 Expy EB EL and wanted to know if anyone else has experienced any problems with their sun visors staying in position after they are adjusted. Mine flop down to a nearly vertical position after I try to adjust them towards the windshield, so I end up not using them. Is this a known defect?

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