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Hi Guys,

First Great thanks to MARK at Throwdownperformance...

So here is my DIY on how to install WeatherTech Visor for 2008 + Honda Accord Coupe

First:

Lower the window to this position




Second:

Position the Visor on the front portion of the window first, Make sure that the Edge of the Visor rests on top of the Outer window sill: Like this



And then gentility push it into the the window track space: Like this



Third:

Flex the Visor Outward to make it fit into the Rear top portion of the window: Like This



Flexing it outward


Then carefully place on the window track space: Like this




Forth:

Start pull down and tucking in the visor from the front of the window to the back: Like this..

Front:


See how the Mid and Back of the visor is still out:



Carefully start tucking in the rest: Like This





Final Step:

CAREFULLY PULL THE VISOR OUTWARD TO SEAT IT INTO PLACE ON THE WINDOW TRACK. YOUR DONE INSTALLING.



NOW TO ADJUST IT..

Get inside the car and slow and carefully rise and lower the window about 5 times. manually, then it the window automatically go up and down by itself, the window my go back down on it's own the first time you automatically let it.. do it again and it will adjust..

CONGRATS your done!!


 

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GREAT DIY!! just for this DIY ima buy some window visors. thx for the help and it looks great on your car man:thmsup:
 

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GREAT DIY!! just for this DIY ima buy some window visors. thx for the help and it looks great on your car man:thmsup:
Welcome.. Yeah bro you should get them.. Check out more picture on my build thread..

Mark @ throwdownPerformance Our forums sponsor was great:thmsup::thmsup:
 

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awesome DIY.... Ill be getting mine soon
 

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Might be a dumb question, but are the visors suppose to be hella loose when the windows are down? My friend has it on his 8th gen civic and its very loose. I haven't installed mine yet so not quite sure if its different.
 

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Nevermind just installed it today and its pretty tight. I just don't like how it looks a little brown in the sun.
 

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I never got the purpose for these. Is it so that you can have em down when it's raining or so the wind doesn't smack you right in the face?
 

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I also got the dark tint one. Well it's only brown from up close or maybe I'm just trippin haha. I think the purpose is to roll it down enough to let some air in but not the rain.
 

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Window visors allow plenty of fresh air to circulate in your vehicle, while protecting your interior from rain and snow.

Allows you to crack your window to vent moisture, smoke and heat out of your vehicle while still preventing rain and wind from getting in.
 

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has anyone had any issues with these visors like them coming out of the track?
 

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hmmm i'm really on the fence with these visors. i feel like tilting my sunroof will do the same functions as the visors.
 

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just installed mine right now, its a really tight fit.. i hear the window sliding across the visor thing when its about to close all the way
 
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