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Old 11-11-2008, 06:22 AM
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I have to replace my headliner. Found the material and adhesive. Plan to get going this weekend. Any tips before I begin. I've never pulled the pillar post covers off before. I assume they just snap in. More info would be appreciated. TIA.
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Old 11-11-2008, 08:28 AM
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just don't break the clips off on the pillars and as far as the visors go. They way I do them is to fold it down unscrew the one that is just the clip thats not attached then move the visor 90 so its parallel with the door and take that one out. this way when you put it back your not fighting trying to figure out which one goes where and getting it to bend right so you can get the screw in there.
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Do you just grab the top of the pillar and work your way down to get the pillar off? Mine seems like it's on pretty tight.
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Start at the top of the pillar and pull firmly but dont yank The clips are kinda tight if you break one its not the end of the world you can glue them back togather but its a pain just pull the top one out then from there slide your hand in behind and kinda use a prying type motion after you have the pillars off take all the visors and stuff down then if your carefull you can pop the push tab things out with out tearing them up and can reuse them.. you want to reuse them those things are expensive for no more than what they are. Things are you going to be tight especially if its never been out before just be carefull be firm but don't just yank
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I have to replace my headliner. Found the material and adhesive. Plan to get going this weekend. Any tips before I begin. I've never pulled the pillar post covers off before. I assume they just snap in. More info would be appreciated. TIA.
Where did u get the material and the adhesive, cuz i have to do this in my truck
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