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pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
47,157 miles
Total Complaints:
49 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. replaced the sun visor (20 reports)
  2. not sure (11 reports)
  3. recall the faulty sun visor, replacement doesn't work (11 reports)
  4. temporary fix - zip ties, clip, etc. (3 reports)
  5. replaced sun visor (2 reports)
  6. dealer offered to pay half of charge to fix visor ($46) (1 reports)
2007 Honda Civic accessories - interior problems

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2007 Honda Civic Owner Comments (Page 1 of 3)

problem #49

Jan 092015

Civic SI 2.0L I4

  • Manual transmission
  • 108,000 miles


It regularly falls apart every 2-3 summers. First and second time was replaced under warranty; now the dealership is suggesting that I put binder clips on it to hold it together.

Why can't Honda make a visor that doesn't melt in the heat? I could probably take a cheap visor off a 1980s Honda that would last, but that technology has been lost to time, it seems.

- , Tempe, Arizona, USA

problem #48

Aug 062009

Civic EX V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 30,000 miles

Both visors are cracked and low quality. So annoying, please fix this!!!

Update from Jan 7, 2015: I had to pay $140 to get these fixed.

- , riverbank, CA, USA

problem #47

Sep 012013

Civic LX

  • Automatic transmission
  • 140,000 miles

Really annoying when the visor is down and I go to put it up It takes a good 10 minutes just to get it up without it falling completely apart!!!! Its quite the process that I go through to get it to go back up.......

Cannot put it up while driving or they may cause an accident so I have to pull off the road every time

Overall just a very annoying issue... :(

- , Eastham, MA, USA

problem #46

Jun 242014

Civic LX

  • Automatic transmission
  • 95,000 miles


This is the third time the sunvisor has failed. Once repaired under warranty, once I paid out of pocket, now it is broken again.

- , Baltimore, MD, USA

problem #45

Jun 052011

Civic EX 4

  • Automatic transmission
  • 98,000 miles

Sun visor came apart because of extreme heat in car. This was in 2010. No mention of class action lawsuit at the dealer and I had to replace it for $100. Then the replaced one fell apart in 2011. Had to replace that one just for $50 dollars. But then, that replacement just broke, 2/2014, and I replaced it for only $35. Dealer should of replaced it at no charge!!!!

- , Columbus, OH, USA

problem #44

Oct 012013

Civic LX

  • Automatic transmission
  • 114,357 miles

Just really unhappy that this simple part fell apart. Now I have to either pay retail or find a junk yard where I can find a gently used one.

- , National City, CA, USA

problem #43

Jun 012013

Civic EX 2.0L 4 cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 155,000 miles


This is the 3rd sun visor that was faulty on my car . It was replaced 2 times before under warranty and it still continues to be a faulty problem. I feel it is a Honda part defect and feel I should not pay to have it replaced again for the third time.

- , Hamburg, PA, USA

problem #42

Jul 012013

Civic SI

  • Manual transmission
  • 80,000 miles

And yet another complaint about this freakin car.... the sun visor "exploded" and is now buckled...falling apart and will not stay up. I seriously hate this vehicle.

- , Joppa, MD, USA

problem #41

Apr 192013

Civic LX

  • Automatic transmission
  • 68,500 miles

Second Honda Civic where I've had to have a visor, or two, replaced by the dealer.

- , Oswego, IL, USA

problem #40

Apr 172012

Civic SI 2.0L

  • Manual transmission
  • 70,000 miles

Went to tilt sun visor one afternoon and SNAP. The plastic on the visor had split rendering the visor limp. The visor could only be stored full and upright or hanging straight down blocking the entire road. Will take to dealer soon after hearing about this: http://www.hondaproblems.com/Civic/visor.shtml

- , Dublin, CA, USA

problem #39

Oct 242009

Civic DX 1.8L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 23,161 miles


both visors were exploded on the seam. At least the paid for it.

- , Sun CIty, AZ, USA

problem #38

Jul 292010

Civic LX

  • Automatic transmission
  • 66,374 miles

Problem #5 - now REALLY. The dealer was so smug when I asked why I had to pay for it. Ha! Ha! Class action suit. I got my money back but not with interest!!!

- , Freeport, PA, USA

problem #37

Dec 012010

Civic EX Coup 1.8L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 62,000 miles

Sun Visor went out a month or two after getting the car. Went to Honda to try to sell my vehicle and instead of charging me $150 for check up they gave me a courtesy check for free and replaced my visor no charge. Have other issues with the vehicle but said nothing was wrong with it. Went to another Honda and quoted me at $2688!

- , tampa, FL, USA

problem #36

Oct 142007

Civic SI

  • Manual transmission
  • 2,000 miles

It could have caused an huge accident on the freeway when I pull the sun visor down to protect my eyes while driving and it just brakes and flies off the window!!!

- , Napa, CA, USA

problem #35

Aug 102010


  • Manual transmission
  • 94,000 miles

Just when I thought this only happened to me! Yep, my driver's side sun visor has become a safety hazard. Sure, I may have a lot of miles on my car but it's still only over 3 years old and the visor crapped out??!! I tried Gorilla Glue Epoxy and that lasted about 3 minutes. So...I'm gonna try the few suggestions on installing screws to keep it together cause I'm not paying $70+ for a stupid visor! Hope this screw thing works though!!

FIX IT HONDA....maybe I should as nicely. Honda, can you please fix this problem so others aren't jeopardizing their safety? Thank you.

- , Pittsfield, NH, USA

problem #34

Oct 152009

Civic Hybrid

  • 20,000 miles

Faulty Visor splits due to poor craftsmanship. It is not only a danger but annoying. I use my visors to hold a sun shade in place and because it's broken I cannot use either.

- , Orange, CA, USA

problem #33

Aug 172010


  • Automatic transmission
  • 21,000 miles

not so happy that warranty expired two months before the visor separated, and kept falling down while i was driving long distance. an unnecessary safety problem that cost me time and money.

- , Milw, WI, USA

problem #32

Oct 012007

Civic 4 cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 5,000 miles

both visors have been replaced 3 times due to them separating.

- , Merced, CA, USA

problem #31

Jun 012008

Civic EX 1.8L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 20,000 miles

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sun visor falls apart sun visor falls apart

I had a Civic EX for 3 years and as everyone else I started having problems with my visors. I applied the fix below for the last 2 years and it seems to do the job. I have not had to replace my visors. The problem is that the visor is build by two pieces of molded plastic that encase the tension mechanism that holds the visor open or closed. Honda designed it with the assumption that the internal clips that hold the two pieces of plastic together will be strong enough to hold the tension mechanism and the visor from splitting apart. Well it does not work. It will hold for about a year and after the hot summer days start, the plastic gets soft and the visor starts to fall apart. As soon as I noticed the visor starting to split I looked for something to hold the visor together. I decided that a 1 inch thick metal binder clip should be strong enough to hold the visor together. If you do not know what it is, please click on the link: http://www.staples.com/office/supplies/moreviews?catentryId=11562&langId=-1&storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&imageClickSequence=0

To install do the following:

1. Pull down your visor all the way, as close to the windshield as possible.

2. Take the paper clip and by squeezing the ears of the clip insert it at the edge of the visor, close to the rod that connects the visor to the roof of the car.

3. Once installed you must remove the ears of the binder clip or the visor will not turn. 4. To remove the ears just squeeze the base of the ears where they connect to the binder clip and they will come off. For the ear that is closest to the roof you might have to use a needle nose pair of pliers to remove.

Good Luck

- , Mays Landing, NJ, USA

problem #30

Aug 192010

Civic LX 1.8L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 45,000 miles

the sun visor problem has nothing to do with the car mechanics its just a big pain in the ass to look at a car with very few miles that already has pieces breaking on the interior

- , Mesa, AZ, USA

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