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Re: sagging ceiling on toyota camry
You can't glue that old headliner material onto the old rotted foam that came off the material anyway or your gonna have a real clumpy mess on your hands. Buy new material at a material shop like Hancocks fabric and put new material. Its to cheap to do it half ...... Greg
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Hi; The material has clips holding them in place-some are 1 use only(in other words they get ruined removing the press in thread type part) and some have reusable(in which case there is a little dimple in middle-push that in with a tiny screw driver/pick type tool & grab outer part & pull out. Good Luck-JT
you can take a screw driver and pry it off. Be careful if you have power windows, if it falls right off then it could pull the wires loose. The panels have clips that clip to the door. Therefore, the only way to get the panel off is to pry it off.
there are products made to deal with this issue, most of the big chain car parts stores carry a product that will work. tell the counter people what you are looking for, they will help you out. it's spray adhesive in a can just follow the directions. i have used it, it works pretty well. in a few years the top will usually fall down again. by that time my car had other problems and i got rid of it so i can't say if another application would make it stay up a while longer. hope that helps
Yes. To remove the ign lock cyl, remove the lower plastic dash panel to gain access to the lock cyl housing. Inset key and turn to acc posistion. (one click off lock). Locate the release pin hole on the right/bottom of the housing and with a small screwdriver push it in while pulling out with the key. I cyl sould pull out. Reverse for install. Make sure the new lock cylinders pin is pushed in to install. It only pushes in in the acc position.
Your best bet would to be remove the inner door panel, and remove the lock/handle assembly. Take the lock/handle to a professional locksmith; he will replace the internals of the lock to match your existing key. You cannot "buy" a lock cylinder that will match your key; it has to be assembled to match the key that you have.