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I have a 2013 Explorer Limited. I need to disconnect the driver side sun-visor. The dealership quoted me about $600 in labor for them to just clip the wire to cut the power to it. There is a short with the power to the visor and it keeps causing fuses to blow. I'm not really needing to replace the visor because I don't use the light anyway. I'd just like to clip it and close the circuit so fuses quit blowing. Any guidance on how to do this?

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The hinge side should be held in by two or three screws. Back them out, pull the assembly down and cut the wire(s). If there are more than one, cut 'em one at a time. Couldn't hurt to tape off each conductor or even put some heat shrink tubing on the ends and shrink it down. Then just put the screws back in.
 

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I have a 2013 Explorer Limited. I need to disconnect the driver side sun-visor. The dealership quoted me about $600 in labor for them to just clip the wire to cut the power to it. There is a short with the power to the visor and it keeps causing fuses to blow. I'm not really needing to replace the visor because I don't use the light anyway. I'd just like to clip it and close the circuit so fuses quit blowing. Any guidance on how to do this?

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Bre, Remember, once you insulate the wires, there should be not be any reason why you can't remount the visor, just won't have the light or the remote control for the garage doors etc.
 
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