JBugs Video Series

Sunvisor & Visor Clip Installation:

Video Overview:

A very simple installation that can make a big difference for your VW. Especially if your sunvisors are flopping around as you drive. Follow along with one of our techs as he shows you how to install new sunvisors in your VW.

Video Tips:

Removing the old Sunvisors & Clips:

Removing the Sunvisor Clips       Removing the Sunvisor Clips:

       With a suitable screwdriver (most commonly a Phillips head) remove each screw holding the
       clip in place.

       Then twist the clip 90 degrees (left or right, it doesn't matter) and remove the clips.

Removing the Inner Sunvisor ScrewRemoving the Outer Sunvisor ScrewRemoving the Sunvisors       Removing the Sunvisors:

       With a suitable screwdriver (most
       commonly a Phillips head) remove
       the 2 screws (per visor) at the outside
       mount and remove the visors.

Installing the New Sunvisors & Clips:

Left and Right Sunvisor Clips       Installing the Sunvisor Clips:

       Make sure you have the correct clip for the side you are installing.

Installing Visor Clip at 90 Degrees       With the clip aligned vertically press it in place and then rotate it
       90 degrees until the screw hole is aligned.

Installing Sunvisor Screws       Install the screw and repeat for the opposite side.

Left and Right Sunvisors       Installing the Sunvisors:

       Make sure you have identified the left and right visors.

       The left visor will have a shorter notch at the bottom edge
       (when folded down) for the rear view mirror.

       The right visor has the longer notch.

Installing SunvisorsInstalling Sunvisor Screws       Insert the mounting post into place
       and install the two screws to hold the visor.

Twisting the sunvisor away from the mount       This is the most overlooked and crucial step!

       Rotate the visor into place to line up with the clip
       and twist the visor away from the mount
       until it the plastic post lines up in the clip.

       Repeat for the opposite side and go enjoy a sunset drive without the sun in your eyes!