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Honda Civic Sun Visors May Not Retract After Sitting in Sun
Honda Civic Problem
Average Mileage: 53,249 mi (5,000 mi - 100,000 mi)
sunvisor has been replaced on drivers side twice by honda. broken again. next owner will repair. add to the list of motor mounts, control arms, new tires every 20k miles, alignment every 10k, now paint is cracking on the hood. Car is garaged since new and well taken care of. Quality is suffering at Honda, at least on Civic models. Taking my money elsewhere next year, not to Honda
Visitor, 2007 Honda Civic
I have had to replace both sun visors every summer since I bought the vehicle as the glue that holds them together melts in the NM summer
Visitor, 2007 Honda Civic, 25,000 mi
TWICE! But under warranty
Visor has broken withing a year of purchasing it new...could cause an accident
Visitor, 2008 Honda Civic, 30,000 mi
Two small diameter bolts with washers, some cheap epoxy and it's fixed. This is a design flaw that needs reinforcement to work properly.
Visitor, 2007 Honda Civic, 35,000 mi
driver side broke
Visitor, 2007 Honda Civic, 65,000 mi
Visor plastic split and will no longer retain visor in up position. I had to drill some holes in the visor and use some threaded posts to temporarily repair the visor. Bad design.
Visitor, 2006 Honda Civic
Sun visor won't retract. This was replaced once at the dealer now it's broken again.
Visitor, 2006 Honda Civic, 84,500 mi
right side visor appears to be coming apart and now will not stay in upright position.
Visitor, 2007 Honda Civic, 24,000 mi
floppy visor. dealership replaced for free