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Old 08-02-2010, 12:57 PM
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DIY Headliner removal

A few members asked for it so here it is. [email protected] and midnytegsedan have been over and since we are doing interior makeovers we took plenty of pics.
Mods I put this is sedan media since it gets traffic and is just for 1st Gen sedan and it has pics (media?). Would like to see it here for a little bit so sedan guys see it.
Here we go!
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I didnt get a shot to remove the seat bottom but its easy. Just look at where the seat bottom meets the carpet and pull the little handle. Pull the handle and lift the seat up. Repeat on other side.
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Missed a shot here too but its easy. Just pull back rubber and pry the clips on the small black trim piece. The top part of the trim part snaps into the C-pillar. Pic below shows the holes it snaps into.
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Pull down at the sunglass holder to get the front part of the liner to full. The Back of the liner has clips that pop out. You can see them in the last pic. A little pull on the sides releases the sides.

Well there you have it.
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Great thread. This will help me remember how to put back in all my interior pieces since I forgot which bolts went where and it's been a few months since I took it all out, haha.
 
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Thread....

COMM + D.

 
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Originally Posted by itgogitrev View Post
Thread....

COMM + D.

lol whats that mean?
 
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I hope you posted this in the DIY forum too!
 
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Originally Posted by Wrathernaut View Post
I hope you posted this in the DIY forum too!
Its locked or something. Cant start thread in that section.
 
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lol whats that mean?
Bookmarked on my browser. This is a keeper.
 
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Excellent writeup and pics. Thanks for sharing this.
 
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Originally Posted by naughty240 View Post
Its locked or something. Cant start thread in that section.

https://g35driver.com/forums/body-in...b-span-19.html\

good DIY btw
 
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Haha hardest part of the whole process. DIY came out good..cant wait to finish this project
 
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Sweet! Good DIY!
 
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the lights above the rear doors just pop off with a flat head? i have some LEDs on the way and wasn't sure how to change the bulb.
 
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the lights above the rear doors just pop off with a flat head? i have some LEDs on the way and wasn't sure how to change the bulb.
I would a plastic tool but yup just pry where those tabs are.
 
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thanks!!
 
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Just PM a mod asking them to move it to the DIY as a sticky, this is a great write-up.
 

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