Question about 2000 Buick LeSabre
The Fabric is Blocking Rear Window
Find a hole in the fabric. Get some 3M Spray Adhesive or your favorite brand, spray the ceiling of your car liberally and carefully press the headliner in place to the ceiling. Make sure you put it exactly where you want it to stay, you won't get a second chance to stick it. If there is a lot of loose material inside, try to vacuum it out first. If not you will probably have to repeat the process. If you don't like this idea, auto parts stores sell little twist pins that you can screw through the headliner into the foam on the ceiling. Works like a cork screw... looks like a push tack.
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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