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Old 11-29-2005, 03:57 PM   #1
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Default Moon roof head liner sagging

After hurricane Wilma hit here in Florida I had to loan my x-wife my car. She drove it everywhere with the roof open. When I got it back I noticed that the headliner on the sliding cover started sagging. Is there any way I can make the repair with out removing the hole interior roof? And what should I look out for.
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Someone will need to check their FSM for you. However I think the headliner needs to come out for this to happen.
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your first mistake was giving your ex your car.
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Live and learn. Now its time to fix or repair. I was hoping for some insight so I can get thru it as painless as possible.
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I don't know how the 2000 sunroof is built, but if you can get the sunshade out of the car, it is very easy to recover. Here'* how I did it. http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=console+fight
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YOU CAN BUY A HEADLINER EPOXY GLUE TO RESTICK THE HEADLINER.....GOOD LUCK
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YOU CAN BUY A HEADLINER EPOXY GLUE TO RESTICK THE HEADLINER.....GOOD LUCK
EPOXY GLUE WON'T WORK ON A HEADLINER. ONLY HEADLINER ADHESIVE. AND WE'RE TALKING ABOUT A SUNROOF, NOT THE WHOLE HEADLINER.

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