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Old 08-29-2005, 10:07 PM   #1
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Has anyone'* sunroof shade upholstery fallen down? I absent-mindedly whacked a small spider on my sunshade and it left a small splat. I did my best to use very little pressure to get it off, but now it still looks flat, but if you touch it, you can tell there'* nothing holding it up behind it. The loose spot is the size of a quarter.

One of my worst fears for my car is the headliner falls, cause I know there is no stopping it.
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Use a syringe to get some adhesive in there?
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What won't soak through and leave a hard crusty spot?
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Contact cement, but that'* not going to go through a syringe very well. Crap. Do it like I did my hoodliner, but you'll have to remove it and find matching material.
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Just about my entire sunroof liner is coming down It was fine when I bought the car back in April, but during really heavy downpours some moisture gets in somehow. That'* how it started, and it'* just been getting worse. I don't know what to do about it... maybe just peel the entire thing off and glue it back on?
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Recovering the sunroof shade is pretty easy because you can just pull it out without removing the glass or the headliner. (at least i could, and the shade on my aftermarket roof is much longer than factory)

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Recovering the sunroof shade is pretty easy because you can just pull it out without removing the glass or the headliner. (at least i could, and my aftermarket roof is pretty similar to factory)
i disagree...mine didnt even think about coming out when i had the headliner and sunroof glass off...
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I guess there is too much difference. To get mine out, I opened the sunroof (up, not back) and pulled down on the center of the shade to get it past the catch and close it. Then I pushed up in the center until it bent enough that one side came out of the track.
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