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There is a spot in my headliner just above my head that is starting to sag. Can it be repaired or will I have to replace it?

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trust me just replace it. my dad does auto int. for a living. we get people in all the time trying to fix it. it ends up looking bad and making more work to replace it
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I got a quote from the local upholstery shop for 50 bucks to do my regular cab headliner. I haven't done it yet.

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There is a spot in my headliner just above my head that is starting to sag. Can it be repaired or will I have to replace it?
I would first try to fix it somehow yourself,reason being you have to remove the windshield or rear window to get the liner out.Mine started to sag a little near my rear window,I pulled it loose enough to shoot some spray glue on the base,let it sit for about 20 min then pushed it up and smoothed it out,have not had any problems and it made it through the hottest part of the season. Good luck.

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Why do you have to pull a windshield or a back window to Yank the headliner??

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You don't have to remove a window to remove the headliner. Just all the trim around it.

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I removed mine in my crew cad by removing all the trim around it, and the front bench seat. I had to fight a little bit with a friend to get it out and in, but we got it done without any cracks or damage in the headliner.
If I remeber correctly, I got it out from the passenger side front door.

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you can get it out the passenger door with out removing any seats ...

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Sounds like a big game of tetris to me! I've always heard you can't get it out in one piece

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