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Ford's EZ-Store Visor Organizer 4-Piece Kit - cars with HomeLink?

I am looking at this product on Ford's Accessores web site. Other than the tissue holder (really?) it seems to be pretty slick to have a somewhat modular visor storage system built just for the Mustang.

My question though . . . my car came with the HomeLink universal garage door opener, so it only has an EZ-Store attachment point on the passenger visor. Can this visor system still work with the driver's side? Does it have some provision for attachment other than the EZ-Store plug (e.g. velcro or straps)?


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I looked at this too, but don't think it will work because it will cover the home link buttons.


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I looked at this too, but don't think it will work because it will cover the home link buttons.


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I wondered about the positioning too. Right now I am not using HomeLink because our garage door opener is from like 1986. But that could of course change.

I was disappointed with the door pockets on the '13 (one of the few complaints I have about this car). My '00 had nice, wide pockets I could throw my sunglasses, etc. right in and easily grab whatever out, even while driving. With the '13 it's a two-arm process to get a grip on anything, and I scrape my knuckes every time. So I am looking for alternatives.

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Nope, they only way they attach is to the EZ-Store plug. I use the clip to hold my sunglasses. Works quite well. Would the passenger side not do it for you or do you need 2 different attachments?
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Nope, they only way they attach is to the EZ-Store plug. I use the clip to hold my sunglasses. Works quite well. Would the passenger side not do it for you or do you need 2 different attachments?
Thanks for the info - this helps. I thought it would be nice to have my cds right up in front of me on the drivers' side, and possibly put the other multi-pocket holder on the passenger visor for my sunglasses, etc. Sounds like I may have to keep looking.

I have sunglasses that unfortunately don't work that well with the clip that Ford supplied, although I am finding the pen/paper holder on the passenger visor fairly handy.

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