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Old 01-01-2007, 09:44 PM
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An uphostery question..

I know this is not a diesel-specific question BUT when I looked at how many viewers there were on the "Bodywork" forum, I thought there might be a better chance of getting an answer here!

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Can anyone give me some idea how to go about removing the bulkhead that stretches across the span of the roof that the sun visors attach to WITHOUT doing damage? I need to remove mine but am a little unsure how it attaches. Thanks for your help.
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Old 01-01-2007, 10:16 PM
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Not real sure but your headliner should explain itself after outer trim and sun visors are removed. The trim along each windshield post. Use a pry tool and get in behind trim and pull gently, this should release your clips. You my lose a clip or two. Note, you may have to pull back weatherstrip to help out. If you have a compartment light treat it in similar fashion, remove lens and look for screws and a electrial disconnect. Some headliners also have button like clips that you can see on headlinner> don't forget to loosen or remove trim around top of door openings if needed. These are usually screwed in . Hope this helps. Good luck,300dman.

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Old 01-04-2007, 04:53 PM
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Thanks 300Dman for your response!

Anybody else have some insight to this removal?
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Old 01-04-2007, 09:57 PM
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I took mine out, and I beleive all I did was remove the rear view mirror, and bothe sunvisors. After those are put, if i remember properly it shout drop out. I will double check the panel, I think theres about 4 clips that slide in forward.
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Old 01-05-2007, 06:45 PM
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I took mine out, and I beleive all I did was remove the rear view mirror, and bothe sunvisors. After those are put, if i remember properly it shout drop out. I will double check the panel, I think theres about 4 clips that slide in forward.
-Zach
How about the stainless steel piece at the sunroof opening? Seems as though it would neeed to be removed as well...

Zach, can you give more info on the "...4 clips that slide forward"? Thanks...
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