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    I took the visor off the rod, bent rod a bit. Wrapped electrical tape around rod. Put visor back on rod. Problem fixed.

    Took trial and error for correct amount of tape. This was on an '85 t-top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steam_mill View Post
    I took the visor off the rod, bent rod a bit. Wrapped electrical tape around rod. Put visor back on rod. Problem fixed.

    Took trial and error for correct amount of tape. This was on an '85 t-top.
    Now there's an idea! I'll have to try that. Thanks!

    Jeremy
    83 T-Top coupe
    89 LX 5.0
    16 PP GT
    Jeremy

    1992 Mustang SSP Coupe
    1986 Mustang GT

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponie1992 View Post
    I'm thinking it may be too loose on the rod, since it just slides over it. Is there a way to fix that?

    Jeremy
    83 T-Top coupe
    89 LX 5.0
    16 PP GT
    I think I know what you are describing. The sunvisor slides right over a rod and after time the rod wears smooth and the sunvisor wont stay in the upright position.

    I fixed mine by using an electric scrib pencil I got at Harbor Freight Tools for less than 10 bucks. Like this one at Home Depot
    http://www.homedepot.com/p/WEN-Varia...w&gclsrc=aw.ds

    I used it to scribe ribs into the rod raising the surface and creating grippage.

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    I tried the slight bend of the rod trick today and it's seems to be working.

    Jeremy
    83 T-Top coupe
    89 LX 5.0
    16 PP GT
    Jeremy

    1992 Mustang SSP Coupe
    1986 Mustang GT

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