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Old 05-14-2014, 06:28 PM   #1
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Front power shade

My power shade works fine up and down but noticed it gets caught in track just before it makes it to the dash. Is there a way to center these shades? Also it will stop travel at top most location with about 12" left (still covers the overhead fans) - should it stow all the way up? Is there a way to set travel? Thanks.

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Old 05-14-2014, 07:12 PM   #2
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Should have an owners/installation manual in your document kit. In the left uppermost corner there should be a small switch (with 2 wires attached) that is used to calibrate the shade. Mine is taped to the shade rod. This procedure is in the install document. Mine stays about 3 inches from the full up and will only come down about half way if the engine is running (sun visor). Isn't the shade in slots on both sides for it to travel in? Could be one of your side slots is not fully screwed to the side facia. If you don't have document you can go to "" and see how to calibrate the windshield shade. Hope this helps.
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