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Remove Sun Visors

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They are ugly, the mirrors are broken and I don't use them. Is there a way to separate the sun visor from the bracket the top seats in when closed short of cutting them. They seem inextricably married via the rod that binds them. I'd like to have the option of reinstalling if I sell. I want to keep tha brackets but lose the visors.

Edited by Baconaire

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there is a cover at the inside/center mounting point. Remove it an you'll have access to inside screws The outer mounting screws are visible.

I am almost sure they are Torx, but I'm too lazy to go down to the garage and check.

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Yes but I want to remove the visors semi-permanently. I know how to remove the whole assembly, but I want to be able to extricate the visor from the convertible top landing points. The post of the visor goes into these out outboard brakets and is encased by the braket and there no indication of what is keeping it there. If given it a good hard tug and they are securely in place. I do have one last idea which is to unscrew them.

Pic of Bracket Connected to Visor

Edited by Baconaire

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You can pull the visor off the post. But the post remains connected to the bracket that screws into the windshield frame.

In the worst case, you can replace the mirrors. The unlighted ones are $20 apiece new.

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