Yeah, but every Dodge shop I've called wants me to leave the car for the
day, starting at 7:30 a.m. (who knew it was even light that early?). For
sunvisor clips, I'd rather do it myself and spend 3/4 of a day (yeah, I'm
that good) than ALL day letting Dodge do it.
much more use than the passenger side. The dealer told me they had
one in stock, and the service manger got one and installed it while I
was parked in the service lane. In and out in 10 minutes. I have had
several late model Dodges in recent years, and this is the only one
that's ever broken a sun visor clip. I'd say it's either a poor
design, or a poor choice of material (plastic) or both.
I had the clips snap off rediculously easily on a '94 Dodge Ram when the
truck was about 8 months old. I took it over to the dealer and I don't
think they even wrote it up -- they grabbed a couple new clips and put
them on right there so I could be on my way.
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