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Old 06-03-2011, 09:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How to remove the headliner in a crew cab

Has anyone removed the entire headliner on a crew cab and if so how long does it take? My sun/moonroof drains are plugged or disconnected and gets the fabric very wet after a hard rain. I was hoping to find where the drain tubes exit under the chassis but no luck so they must be shortened or something. I think it's an aftermarket unit installed by the dealer when new.

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The last headliner I removed was out of my '95cc. After taking out most of the plastic trim molding and removing the back window I was able to get the headliner out. Bout 2 hours to take out and 3 hours to put back in.
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The last headliner I removed was out of my '95cc. After taking out most of the plastic trim molding and removing the back window I was able to get the headliner out. Bout 2 hours to take out and 3 hours to put back in.
Thanks...sounds like I'll let the sunroof company do it then since it needs a new rim seal anyway.
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Thanks...sounds like I'll let the sunroof company do it then since it needs a new rim seal anyway.
Hmm taking out the back window seems counter-productive to me. I do trim work for a living and I've never removed a window. Make sure both front seats are fully reclined and you should be able to swing it out the front passenger door. Some cars/trucks go better out the back door. Just takes a little finagalin. Bending it won't hurt it either. As far as drains go once the board is out you'll see rubber Lines on all four corners of the cassette housing. Assuming its a power sunroof. Unhook em and blow air down em and see if that helps.
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