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Lincoln Aviator Sun Visors

The sun can be distracting while driving, and if you leave your Lincoln SUV to sit too long in the sun, it's rays can also cause damage to your vehicle. There are multiple ways to protect your Aviator from the sun. A sun visor or sunshade is a beneficial addition to any SUV.

What kind of visor does a Lincoln Aviator use?

The Aviator's sun visor reflects the interior color of your SUV, typically matching your seats and roof. It contains a lighted mirror, covered with a flip-up plastic cover. If your car visor is in excellent condition but needs to be reattached, you can get a bracket mount repair kit to reattach your original visor.

What other kinds of Lincoln Aviator sun visors are there?

You can also opt to use a Lincoln Aviator sunshade to protect your car. As opposed to the visor, the sunshade covers most of your SUV's interior. The sunshade helps protect your steering wheel and dashboard, keeping it from getting too hot to touch for when you drive. It also shades your vehicle's seats so that your seats are not too warm to sit on. The sunshade must be removed before driving your Aviator as opposed to the sun visor, which helps shade your eyes while you are driving.

What kind of visor can you put in your Aviator?

The Lincoln Aviator is a mid-sized luxury SUV model that was released in 2003 and sold until 2005. Lincoln then introduced two Lincoln crossover models and integrated the Aviator features into the Mercury Mountaineer. Therefore, several other visor styles can be compatible with your Aviator vehicle year; you will need to double-check the size and color specifics.

How do you replace a car's sun visor?

First, make sure you have the appropriate visor for your Lincoln, either above the driver's or passenger's seats. Choose a color and decide if you want a visor that has an extension or a vanity mirror. The visor needs to be securely attached to your mounting bracket, and you must ensure that your lighting wires are correctly connected. Make sure the visor is aligned accurately so that it will still clip securely on the other side for when you want it out of your way. A sunshade can be held in place against your windshield by utilizing your sun visors so that it can easily be removed. Merely unfold your sunshade and place it snug against your windshield. Then, fold down both your driver and passenger visors to keep it in place.