Toyota Yaris: Sun visors - Steering wheel and Mirrors - Toyota Yaris XP90 2005–2010 Owner's ManualToyota Yaris: Sun visors

To block out glare, move the sun visor.

To block out glare, move the sun visor.

To block out glare from the front—Swing down the sun visor (position 1).

To block out glare from the side—Swing down the sun visor, remove it from the hook and swing it to the lateral side (position 2).

If glare comes from obliquely behind you, extend the plate at the end of the visor (position 3).

CAUTION.

Do not extend the plate at the end of the sun visor when the visor is in the position 1. It can cover the anti-glare inside rear view mirror and obstruct the rear view.

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