Common Issues behind Mercedes Benz ML320 Vent Visor Problems
One of the simplest things that you could install on your Mercedes Benz ML320 that'll make it look even better would be a pair of vent visors. These simple accessories can greatly reduce glare and noise near your windows and are quite easy to install and maintain. Made from strong plastic or durable acrylic, vent visors would generally last throughout your vehicle's lifetime. Unfortunately, most vent visors have problems when it comes to staying in place because they're installed using adhesive that could wear off over time. Improper installation can also cause vent visors to crack, forcing you to replace them right away as most can't simply be repaired because of the way that they're made. Check out our short guide and find out how you can solve some common Benz ML320 vent visor problems.
Vibrating or noisy vent visor
Your vent visors are there to limit noise and glare, so it's a big deal when they start rattling as soon as your vehicle gets moving. Most of the time, this problem is caused by either an improperly installed vent visor, or one that has come loose and is about to fall off. This is even more common if you're using in-channel vent visors, which are hard to install and would generally come loose if you haven't mounted it in its place properly in the first place. The best solution to this problem would be to simply reinstall the visor and make sure that it fits properly. For those who have an old vent visor, you may want to remove them from your vehicle and reapply some adhesive or double sided tape that'll make them stick like new.
Compared to in-channel vent visors, tape-on versions are very easy to install and should stay on your windows for a longer time. However, should a tape-on vent visor come loose, it can leave some sticky residue from its adhesive that can make cleanup and subsequent installation of a replacement vent visor a bit more difficult. Dip a rag in a little bit of dish soap and water and you should be able to scrub off and leftover gunk or residue on your window, but be patient as it could take a while to get them all off. Make sure that you clean the area where you'll be sticking your replacement vent visor with some rubbing alcohol to make sure that the adhesive will stick properly.