Incorrect placement of sun visors and their inefficiency to guard sunrays are likely to cause road mishaps while driving. They are prone to wear and tear and require immediate replacement. The good thing about replacing a sun visor is, you can do it easily at home without taking help from a mechanic. First you have to remove the old sun visor and then replace with the new one. All you require is a proper arrangement of screw divers and screws. Check out the general steps.
- You have to locate the visor's mounting bracket before replacing it.
- Screws are attached with the visor for holding it in place and you have to remove them.
- Now take a flat headed screw driver and gently take the screw out with it. While doing this, ensure that the plastic of the visor is not torn.
- Start unscrewing from the base of the visor with the screwdriver. Keep the screws in a specific place to avoid losing them.
- Once the screws are loosened, remove the visor from the base of the headliner. Give a gentle tug to remove the visor.
- Place the new visor in the same position, along with the screws.
- Place the screws in the same position from where they were removed. Start screwing it in the opposite direction and tighten the screw with the help of a screw driver.
Replacing Sun Visor for Autos
Sun visors are required not only for cars but also for auto rickshaws. The purpose of the sun shade is definitely the same. It protects the driver's eyes and keeps the inside of the vehicle cool in sunny days. You can replace the visor with a handmade visor or purchase a new visor from automobile stores. The mechanics behind replacing an auto's sun visor is same as that of a car. Here we have explained you the process of making a sun visor at home.
- You need a cardboard, paper, paint and knife to make a sunshade.
- Cut the cardboard in proper shape and cover it with the paper. Glue it to the cardboard or tape it.
- Now cut a notch on the top of the cardboard as wide as the rear view mirror.
- Tuck the sunshade or the sun visor under the mirror.
- If the edges bulge out, just trim off to the exact size.
- Now paint the sunshade with the colors of your choice and let it dry.