The sun visors in our Sucruiser work very well most of the time. Late in the day, driving into the sun, they just don't come down far enough. Does anyone have an easy solution? We have draped a towel over them or clamped something to extend them but nothing very pretty or practical. My baseball cap seems to work the best....on my head.
One manufacturer of electric shades is Silent Gliss. they make the Auto Motion Sun Shade. I have a pdf file of the instructions for setting the limit switches. You may try to Google the name Silent Gliss and if no luck email me direct at [email protected] and I'll email the pdf file to you.
__________________ KIX '02 Ultimate Advantage 40JSpartan MM - Cummins ISC
Each shade has a small screw at one end with a decal showing + or -. Take a small screw driver and turn the screw. Then run the shade down and compare with the other shade which should already be down. This way you can tell which way to turn the screw. I lowered both my blinds this way and it really helped. I'm 5'5" so I really needed it.
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