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pulling my headliner...how hard is it?

my sunroof broke...bought a kit from sunroof doctor but need to pull headliner and sunroof off...how big of a job is it?
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very easy. few common tools (except the torx sockets) but otherwise any one who has a little common sense can do it. Just remember the headliner once down exits the right front door. Best Luck!

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Do your best not to let it fold at all, it will leave a permanent crease in the liner. Ford's procedure is to remove the rear window and take it out the back. I took an '06 crew cab liner out the front right door, but couldn't do it without causing one crease at a corner.

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Do your best not to let it fold at all, it will leave a permanent crease in the liner. Ford's procedure is to remove the rear window and take it out the back. I took an '06 crew cab liner out the front right door, but couldn't do it without causing one crease at a corner.
Yes, you are right removing the window is the easiest (perhaps)
But I can tell you straight away. No upholstery shop will go to that length.
Not because it is in anyway wrong. but due to the fact with a little care (emphasis on the "CARE")
it can be done thru the door.

But If $$ was not a cost. Heck I would not be concerned with it as I would be
sitting in H00ters enjoying my b33rs. While Ford was doing the work!

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