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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to a friend or a bodyshop. get a bumper adjuster. it has a 3 to 4 foot handle on it, with a hook on the other end. you can easly bend a bumper where you want it...
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
SOURCE: Sagging headliner
If you can get at the headliner, usually a piece of trim or screws, peel back a small section at the edge and see what it is fastened to. Its probably a piece of cardboard or something similar. If so just pick up a spray can of contact cement or some rubber cement and glue the sagging piece back in place. Don't get too carried away with the glue or it will look "hard" when it dries. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
It sounds like one of your air bags could have blown. I would check them first. I would also suggest checking into a replacement non air conversion kit from Strutmasters. I replaced the air system on my 2002 Navigator and saved a lot of time, money and headaches.The lines on my navigator had holes in them and I replaced the compressor twice before I realized it. Very costly. Avoid all the hassle and check out Strutmasters.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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