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Re: Discovered the visor on week 3 :)

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i dont see not arrows or extension can some one post a picture i bought a 2013 laredo x
I think what you are referring to is the ability to slide the visors back and forth, once you unclip them.

My '55 Chevy, and every car I owned since worked the same, so it shouldn't be too hard to figure out. Except the 55 Chevy didn't have the clip.

Unless of course somebody found a new feature.
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Re: Discovered the visor on week 3 :)

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I think what you are referring to is the ability to slide the visors back and forth, once you unclip them.

My '55 Chevy, and every car I owned since worked the same, so it shouldn't be too hard to figure out. Except the 55 Chevy didn't have the clip.

Unless of course somebody found a new feature.
If you are correct this is the most pointless discover i have ever heard, no offence but i have never ever seen a car in which the visor did not unclip on one side so you can swing it around and cover the sun from the side as such


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Re: Discovered the visor on week 3 :)

See post # 37 on page 4 of this thread for photos.
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If you are correct this is the most pointless discover i have ever heard, no offence but i have never ever seen a car in which the visor did not unclip on one side so you can swing it around and cover the sun from the side as such


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True, but he was also talking about sliding it on the shaft ... also available since Moses was a baby. The one on the Jeep slides a whole lot easier than any I ever had, so maybe some folks didn't know about it.



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True, but he was also talking about sliding it on the shaft ... also available since Moses was a baby. The one on the Jeep slides a whole lot easier than any I ever had, so maybe some folks didn't know about it.



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well now that you point out the pictures it all makes sense and i actually never seen that before im going to go try it out in my lancer, GC and the audi be right back lol
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