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47 Plymouth Sun Visor Adjustment

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Hello Folks,

 

The driver's side interior sun visor on my 47 Plymouth is loose, it will swing away from its normal 'parked' position when I take a turn.

 

I'm currently away from the car for a few weeks, otherwise I would remove it and check myself, but can someone tell me it there is any provision for tightening the side-to-side axial movement (not the up-and-down, that is fine). Otherwise, is there a method for fixing this issue?

 

Thanks in advance.

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IF i remember correctly it seems as if there is a spring loaded nut and washer that you can tighten up.

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   I've never read or heard any mention,that the visor also extends about 4", but both my P15's, do.

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On 4/19/2019 at 8:51 AM, Silverdome said:

IF i remember correctly it seems as if there is a spring loaded nut and washer that you can tighten up.

UPDATE: 

 

For the record, I finally got around to doing this.

There is no nut or other method to tighten the post. The spring is held in place with a fixed split washer.

 

I was able to shim the spring to create more tension on the post, plus I also swapped the visors side-for-side. This seems to have fixed the problem.

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