That seems a reasonable price for an OEM headliner.
Why are you changing it out if there aren't any stains? . . .
I wish i had that option, the cloeset shop was over an hour drive he said his rate was $65 hour and it would take 10 hours to glue the liner back to the base. :biglaugh::biglaugh: I'll be right there buddy!!I had a 2001 where the vinyl dropped down due to the foam just gave way. Auto Upholstery shop recovered it for $80 with a nice cloth that looked some what like suede. Just some screws and it slides out and can recoverd and slides back in.
I wish i had that option, the cloeset shop was over an hour drive he said his rate was $65 hour and it would take 10 hours to glue the liner back to the base. :biglaugh::biglaugh: I'll be right there buddy!!
Talking about item 4 in the attached assembly - listed as the "Side Moldings" . . . (Item 5 is the foam rubber pad that goes between the headliner and the roof sheet metal.) ThanksAre you talking about the plastic trim pieces on either side that holds the headliner in place?
I've got all the screws out, but it just "feels" like the ends are wraped around the hinge linkage in some way. I was thinking alone the lines like maybe it needs to be pulled forward and twisted, or twisted and pulled forward, or that they can only be taken out with the roof in the full up position. (I was trying with the roof in the halfway up/braced position, which is why I wonder about the hinge linkage locking it in place.)There are three screws that hold it in. The back one is pretty deep in there, hard to see.
Are you trying to remove the headliner #1 or #4? If headliner with the 9 screws removed 3 in front and 3 on each side the headliner with slide forward and out of the car.