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Old 06-04-2004, 11:09 AM   #1
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Where on my 94SE could I find the color number for the headliner material? I may need to order some and I assumed there is a color number or code to go by.

I know there is a label on my spare tire cover that has codes on it. Is this where I would look and if so what do I look for?

It'* kind of a camel color.

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i need this number too. help!
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if you go to a fabric store, they are only going to have a dozen colors to pick from. i narrowed mine down to the charcol, and it cost me $8.99 yard, i got 2 yards. ordered it from hancock fabrics in sioux falls, sd if that helps
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Haro,

Did you redo your headliner yourself?

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im in the process
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I'd say a wrecker, or a doityourself like the freak is doing are your best options. 3M spray adhesive (contact cement) should work great, just give it a couple days to outgas before re-installing it in the car.

I did the same thing with my hoodliner.
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