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Subject Topic: sun visor removal for 1998 buick regal (Topic Closed Topic Closed)

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Trying to do sun visor screens on my 98 Regal. I didnt see any screws like on my other cars. How do you remove the clips so the sun visors can come out? Thanks.
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did you ever get that visor removed?

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Yeah I got it. You just apply firm, downward pressure and slowly rotate the visor until the clips disengage.

So basically wrap your hands around it and lean on the visor while you turn it back and forth until its completely out. The trick is to get it on an angle a little so that the clips come out. Its easier is you pull on the side of the visor near the rear view mirror so that you catch a good angle while rocking it.
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