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Removing Headliner Tips

i am going to be removing my headliner too install new led clearance light if anybody can tell me how to remove it and some tips it would be great thanks
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I believe removing it actually requires removing the either the windshield or back window. You might be able to get away with just dropping it down, but i'm not sure. i had to drop down the back to install some NMO antenna mounts. It just required unbolting the lights, handles, and pulling away some of the plastic trim pieces.

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Yeah it's much easier to drop it down than to actually remove it. It is possible, but you have to be careful not to fold it so it will leave a crease in it. Carefully remove all of your trim. It's pretty straight forward.

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Pull the A & B pillar trim and the visors. To pull the B pillar, you'll have to remove the seatbelt which is a large size Torx, don't remember the size off hand. Maybe 55 or 60... Next, pull the domelight. Then the headliner will fall. Good Luck!

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