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Old 05-13-2009, 01:42 AM
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Angry Sun Visor Clip- Part # ??

Anyone know the number or here i can get one.

Im talking about the little black clip thing that holds the visor on, it clamps it between the headliner and the visor.

I broke the stupid little thing while trying to remove the visors. Why GM had to come up with some complicated design for a freakin sun visor is beyond me. Two small screws would have sufficed.

if anyone knows where i can get one pleas let me know

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Start with www.compnine.com and drill down.
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Start with www.compnine.com and drill down.
Ummm. they dont have Trailblazer as an option ??
which other car would have the same thing ?
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Nonsense. Where do you think I get all my exploded parts diagrams? Just open your mind wider and start with the right first choice, and it will become clear.
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Nonsense. Where do you think I get all my exploded parts diagrams? Just open your mind wider and start with the right first choice, and it will become clear.

Haha, what ever u say roadie !!

Hey, im gona PM u something about some offroading !

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hey... did you find this???

I just busted MINE trying to do the same thing - and I agree. The Sun visors in my Japanese-made Miata... two screws. "In GMC, sunvisor screws YOU"
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I just busted MINE trying to do the same thing - and I agree. The Sun visors in my Japanese-made Miata... two screws. "In GMC, sunvisor screws YOU"
Yea.... I still haven't fixed it.. Im looking for some visors with 2 screws so i can just screw them in instead of that STUPID thing ours have ????
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this may be a dumb question...

But to save me getting a dumb expression or some guy disappearing into the back for several hours while searching... have you contacted the parts department for GMC to ask them about it? I do have a tear-down guide that appears to include every part number including the body sheet metal - except for the sun visors. I may call on my lunch break today to try and find out... results posted here.
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Thumbs up as usual... the Devil *is* in the details.

Sorry, couldn't resist. Okay, so I am going to have to seriously go home and check my parts pages again because I could've sworn I checked that thing 3 times and did not see that part. It is possible my pages are not complete but thank you, Sir for the information. It is much appreciated. I still think that this is the DUMBEST idea for attaching a sun visor.
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