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JimPDX

Sliding roof headliner

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Loren...

Do you have a schmatic for the removal of the upholstery piece that fits into the cabin side of the sliding roof?

I need to know where the clips are and what type they are.

Jim

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Can i get some help witha similar issue? My sunroof headliner some how came loose and is no longer attached to the metal exterior part of the sunroof. I am not able to figure out how to reattach it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Mark

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variation on the sunroof theme.... possibly a unique situation.

I noticed when I bought it that my 2003 did not have a flimsy plastic sunroof skirt on the left side. It did have one on the right side. this is the thin plastic film piece that sort of hides the sunroof guts when the top is tilted open at the back. I never thought too much about it.

So today I noticed on the left side that there was a funny looking piece of plastic stuck up there. I touched it and it was loose. I pulled it and viola! the left side flimsy plastic piece sort of pulled out from the interior of the sunroof. I felt around a little, thought I'd found how it attached, just pressed it back in place and now I have those flimsy piece in uniform position on each side. It does make the sunroof look a little better from the inside when the back is tilted open, and I wonder if they somehow work to smooth out airflow as well. I haven't driven too far or too fast so I haven't noticed a difference yet.

I won't be surprised if there are no replies to this post. Is this a unique situation, or has anyone "been there, done that, got the t-shirt"?

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Loren,

I am in the process of removing the interior of my car getting it ready for Paintless Dent Repair. I was caught in a Thunderstorm with hail. Every panel of the car was damaged. I have been able to find instructions for removing each of the panels except for the interior panel of the sunroof. I have not been able to figure it out. Could you help?

1999 996 C2

Sunroof, Tiptonic, 119,000 miles

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Loren,

I am in the process of removing the interior of my car getting it ready for Paintless Dent Repair. I was caught in a Thunderstorm with hail. Every panel of the car was damaged. I have been able to find instructions for removing each of the panels except for the interior panel of the sunroof. I have not been able to figure it out. Could you help?

1999 996 C2

Sunroof, Tiptonic, 119,000 miles

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Thanks for the suggestion, I had not thought about it. This is a great website. Thanks for all you do for us.

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Loren you are excellent salesperson! And you run a great Forum!!! :)

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The car is finished! They did a great job. It is amazing what a Great PDR person can do. The interior is back together. Thanks again.

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The car is finished! They did a great job. It is amazing what a Great PDR person can do. The interior is back together. Thanks again.

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Loren,

Thanks for your many good posts. I would appreciate a copy of the sunroof schematic also; mine rattles.

Thanks, John

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Loren,Thanks for your many good posts. I would appreciate a copy of the sunroof schematic also; mine rattles.Thanks, John

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