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Old 11-04-2005, 06:14 PM   #1
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I couldn't find this anywhere either on here or in Bonnie reference manuals so I need help!!
How or where is the disconnect (I assume there is a quick disconnect since Pontiac loves them so much for everything having to do with lights) so that I can completely remove the sun visor? I have a broken part that needs replaced, driving on highway 14 and all of a sudden the sun visor falls from the ceiling and dangles right in front of my eyes at 65 MPH So that really needs to get fixed. Thanks guys.
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The connector is taped and usually stapled to the top of the headliner. You can just pull the wires but the headliner can be somewhat damaged. It'* best to remove the A pillars and pull the corner of the headliner down to unfasten the connector.
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