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Old 12-09-2012, 05:29 PM   #11
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Then you've already done what most consider to be the hardest part. The console is kind of fun. You have to pull the handle almost verticle and lift from the back. It's all really easy. I recommend using masking tape to hold all the screws to the pieces that they go to, makes things a lot easier.

The headliner is glued in and made of cardboard, so if you don't have to replace it, don't remove it.
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Any suggestion on what glue to use to get a new headliner back in?

I'm changing the whole interior, cant leave the god-awful parchment anywhere in sight!
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Not sure on that one, but just think that the headliner can get pretty hot in the summer, so the adhesive would need to hold up.
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Not sure on that one, but just think that the headliner can get pretty hot in the summer, so the adhesive would need to hold up.
PL Premium it is!

That **** will stick oil to petroleum jelly.
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Just make sure it's non-corrosive and won't eat the cardboard
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