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Old 10-23-2009, 09:26 PM   #1
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I bought a 1995 SSEI and the headliner is in bad need of some work. I live around the Knoxville area inTennessee. Does anyone know of anbody that can help me fix it. All the headliner places I ve gone too Have been out of buisness.
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Can you post a picture or at the minimum explain better whats going on? If it'* the fabric pulling away from the underlayment, some rubber cement will stick it back.
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ill take some pics and post them. My sunroof was leaking and it looks like the whole board is pulled away from the roof of the car. And the sun visors look plum awful.
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ill take some pics and post them. My sunroof was leaking and it looks like the whole board is pulled away from the roof of the car. And the sun visors look plum awful.
The headliner underlayment can degrade over time and especially if it'* been water logged. The underlayment is semi rigid and will for the most part stay up on it'* own, but may need a little assist with some rubber cement. Let'* see what kind of pictures you can post on the damage and will take it from there.
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Here you go....

Separation toward the front:

Looking toward the back:



Ratty visors (living in the hot, hot South sucks - but good ones can still be found - or some kind person can sell her some good ones )
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No offense but it looks like someone just tried to take it out not knowing how it comes out might just want to fin a new one in the j/y
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Steve...I think your headliner is done! If it was just coming apart and still basically intact you could probably get away with repairing it.

https://www.1stpontiacparts.com/partscat.html has new headliners for $269.00.
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