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My Pontiac g6 moon roof liner(the piece that closes so the ceiling looks flush) is drooping. This is the second time this has happened but the first time it was fixed by the dealership for free. If this is going to be a reoccurring problem I would like to just remove that whole piece. So my 2 questions, would it be easier to just remove it at home and how do I take it off?? The sunroof works great it's just that stupid liner that makes it look terrible. Any suggestions would be great..

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6. Tighten to 4-6 N-m (36-53 lb-in) and install roof headlining access hole cover. __________________

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