Three Simple Tips to Troubleshoot your Toyota Paseo Vent Visor
Made from high-quality acrylic materials, your Toyota Paseo's vent visor is designed to withstand all weather conditions to keep your window and your door protected. However, eventually, this protective accessory will also succumb to wear and tear. The visor itself might crack, the adhesives might weaken, which could cause it to fall off or dangle. It is good to know what problems to expect that are related to your vehicle's vent visor. Here are some troubleshooting tips that we thought you should know to keep your Toyota Paseo vent visor in good condition:
Cracked vent visor
This is a common problem of car owners that you would encounter sooner or later. If your vehicle is already old, it is already prone to cracking. Conduct a thorough visual inspection of your vent visor to know the degree of difficulty of repairing it or if it already needs to be replaced. Once you've located the crack, remove it from your vehicle carefully. Next, you can purchase a spray adhesive from your local auto parts store and start repairing your cracked vent visor. Simply spray on the damaged area of the visor and let it dry. After one to two hours of drying time, you can reinstall the vent visor to your car.
Window won't close
If your window won't close properly, check if the vent visor is hindering it to fully close. The vent visor could be already loose, and the adhesive won't keep it in place. When this happens, you need to replace the adhesives with new ones. Remove the vent visor carefully and clean the surface by ridding it of the worn-out adhesive. If you will not replace the adhesive, chances are, you might find yourself picking up your vent visor from the ground.
Broken vent visor
If your vent visor gets broken for any reason, you have to remove it immediately to avoid injury that could be caused by sharp parts. You can buy a piece of vent visor from auto parts stores, so you won't have to replace the other visors. But before you buy, check your vent visor's warranty. Maybe it is still within the warranty period.