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    You can get it out through the rear passenger door. Mainly just getting the trim pieces off in the right order. There are some good you tube videos and write-ups. I got the material from Amazon through headliner doctor and the 3M spray adhesive for a total of about $65 since i had a gift card. You can get it out and take it somewhere. Probably between $200-300, might be more if you take it directly to them to take out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slizzo View Post
    From what I recall, you need to get the headliner in through the windscreen as it's all one piece.
    Ummmm. Come again? It can be removed through the back door, no need to remove the windshield/windscreen. That wouldn't be a reasonable solution. Haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA300 View Post
    You can get it out through the rear passenger door. Mainly just getting the trim pieces off in the right order. There are some good you tube videos and write-ups. I got the material from Amazon through headliner doctor and the 3M spray adhesive for a total of about $65 since i had a gift card. You can get it out and take it somewhere. Probably between $200-300, might be more if you take it directly to them to take out.
    Yup. I bought the same material. Perfect match!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA300 View Post
    You can get it out through the rear passenger door. Mainly just getting the trim pieces off in the right order. There are some good you tube videos and write-ups. I got the material from Amazon through headliner doctor and the 3M spray adhesive for a total of about $65 since i had a gift card. You can get it out and take it somewhere. Probably between $200-300, might be more if you take it directly to them to take out.
    COOL! Thanks for the info guys. I only have sagging at the front edge and back corners. Would it be best to try to just respray with the adhesive or just redo the whole headliner?
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    Mine failed similarly. I used 3M adhesive in a red can from HD almost 2 years ago, and I had to redo the same spots in the front last month.

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    I had the whole headliner redone last year at a local auto trim shop. It started coming down in the rear corners by the back window and then other sections began drooping.

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