Visor for screen

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  1. jsrajca

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    Hi I have a 2014 Tacoma access cab. Very pleased with it but have a question? does anybody make a visor for the radio ,navigation screen. during the day it is rather hard to see screen with the sun glare off windows. I did manage to darken it but thought maybe aftermarket place would have one. Anybody know? thanks johnnyr
     
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    Might check with any of your local auto radio shops that install this stuff. Even my jvc radio in my truck i installed I have a hard time seeing in the direct sun light same with the factory one in my car. I have learned to deal with it or use my hand and block the sun light to see it.
     
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    If you cannot find one maybe you could make one out of a anti-glare piece used for computers. A piece of two of Velcro trimmed up will hold it in place nicely!

    If you are pretty handy you could use a drem tool to trim it to fit like a glove.
     
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    #5 gmctrucks, Jul 1, 2015
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    What about tinting your windows and having them place some window tint on the top part of the windsheild here in Texas it can only be so many inches down.
    Good luck! GMC
     
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