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  • Sun Visor Mirror - Euro, No Lights SKU: 966MIRROREURO

    ★★★★★ ★★★★★ 4.75/5 Stars. (4 Reviews)
  • $92.50

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If you have a broken sunvisor mirror, or if you want to get rid of those ugly Airbag stickers, here is the answer. This is a european market non-illuminated sunvisor mirror repair kit. Each kit contains one mirror housing, and comes with a new base and lid in a gloss black finish.

Professional installation is recommended. Two are required per car.

Fitment - Cars without illuminated sunvisors:

  • Boxster 986 (all models, 1997-2004)
  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★
    4.75/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
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    (Florida) | May 13th, 2020
    Visor is great. And got it within two days of ordering it.
    Replacement Visor Mirror
    | June 21st, 2016
    I recently broke the cover off one of the original lighted visor mirrors on my Boxster - found these, and I am very happy with the simple install and look. No safety labels! And I am do not miss lighted portion of the mirror.
    Fixing a broken Porsche visor mirror without breaking the bank
    (Montgomery Alabama) | March 6th, 2016
    Broken visor mirror covers on both sides on my lighted mirrors. Dealer Quoted $750 to replace both mirrors. Did the job for $50 without removing and soldering in new mirror bases by buying the unlighted version and just removing the cover from the assembly (cut one pin with a utility knife) and snapping the cover into my existing mirrors. Took 30 minutes.
    Bought them just for the cover flaps
    (Stoneham, MA) | October 30th, 2015
    I have illuminated sun visor mirrors that were missing the cover flaps. I did not want to purchase the entire visor assembly, or order used parts (most with the ugly airbag decal) from eBay. This was the perfect solution! Since the non-lighted cover fits the lighted version (it acts as the on-off switch), I just ordered these and popped the clean black covers off. This did take a little prying with a flat screwdriver and bending of the base - be careful doing this. Then I popped them into my lighted set on the car. I also recommend saving the little U-shaped clips that serve the keep the cover propped open - you may need them if your originals fail later. All in all a worthwhile little project. Thanks, Sun Coast!
     

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