The wool fire-proof covering roof of the front bonnet is sagging
The saggy roof covering int he front bonnet component of car is touching on the engine, looks like its burning the supposeably wool fire- proof covering, what should i do?? will this go on fire? will it affect the engine? will it blow up??? concerned!
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transmisson control module tcm location depends on gearbox fitted, under plastic cover lh under rear of bonnet with engine control module ecm,tamper proof screws!, or inside gearbox if the box has plastic sump pan
The only real way to do this right is to remove the headliner. That is the ceiling piece. Once it is sagging it needs to be replaced or restretched. The way you do this is to remove all of the trim around the top, the roof console you have showing, the visors, dome lights, vents and anything else that is holding this on. What I did is remove it myself and have a professional replace the fabric and then I put it back in myself. Worked out great and over all saved me about $700.00. He charged me 170 to put on the new fabric which included the cost. If you move forward with doing this yourself I can give you a couple of tips.
The problem is that the foam that is glued to the fabric. It becomes crumbly and disintegrates into messy little bits that get into your hair and all over your car's interior. Trying to spray glue, while the headliner is still up there, won't work for long. The foam will keep crumbling and glue won't stick to it. It's sort of like trying to glue some cloth to the ground. No way will it stick.
There is a temporary fix on the do-it-yourself aisles in the automotive weekend warrior stores. It is a product that has a little curly cue, and a clear plastic head. The product is called a "Saggy Stopper". The clear head blends in with your headliner's color. It looks promising for a temporary fix.