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Replace The Broken Sun Visor Mount on a Subaru BR-Z, Scion FR-S or Toyota GT86

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If you use your sun visors a lot, this is just going to happen - there are no 2 ways around it.

Mine? I was moving the car from one side of the driveway to the other, I flipped the sun visor down so I could remove the window shade out of the way and the plastic just cracked and came apart. Super lame.

Anyway, I see a lot of these popping up on the forums, so it looks like it's a pretty common thing for all the related Subaru/Toyota/Scion cars. It doesn't require them to be mis-treated or anything, they just sort of give up randomly.

The crappy thing is you cannot just buy the little plastic piece - you'll need to buy a whole new visor.

  • Scion Left Hand Visor SU00303149
  • Scion Right Hand Visor SU00303148
  • Subaru Right Hand Sun Visor 92011CA020VH or (w/ illumination) 92011CA200VH
  • Subaru Left Hand Sun Visor 92011CA030VH or (w/ illumination) 92011CA210VH

Remove The Broken Visor

1

Flip the visor down so you can access both screws.

2

Remove the 2 Screws holding the visor to the car.

Once removed, the visor will fall down.

3

If your car has lighted mirrors, there will be a wire and connector. Disconnect it now.

If you're interested in upgrading to lighted visors, check out the source linked at the bottom of this article.

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Install

4

Install your new visor by lining up the mount and screwing it back in.

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