How-To: 1997 Honda Civic Sun Visor Replacement

When I bought my car, the sun visors weren’t in good shape. The driver’s one had lots of holes in the fabric, and the vanity mirror cover wouldn’t stay closed, so I had to tie it up with some rope.

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I picked up a decent replacement at the salvage yard. To remove the old one, just remove the two screws. A flat-blade screwdriver can work, though the screws also have Torx holes.

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Then it should just pull straight down. Install the new one just the opposite way.

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The clip that holds the sun visor in the front position was broken on mine, so I picked one up at the salvage yard as well. Just turn 90-degrees clockwise and pull down to remove.

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You may need to use a wrench or pliers to get it to loosen at first.


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