Question about 2001 Jaguar S-Type
If the fabric is just loose and not damaged you can re-bond it to the post using a hot steam iron - be careful - not too hot or too long !
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Posted on Aug 03, 2010
I had same problem and for an upmarket car it should not happen, but it does, I assume the fabric has come away from the plastic, if so, remove the trim, this is done by pulling the door rubber away from the trim , grasping the trim at the top and gently pulling towards the centre of the windscreen, once the top is free ,pull upwards and its free. The only option now is to remove the fabric completely ( trying to glue it back down will not work) search around fabric shops with the original fabric and purchase as close a match as you can. The next step can be tricky, but with patience a good job can be done. I used very thin double sided sticky tape and covered the trim completely, then with a lot of dexterity covered the trim with the new fabric, taking care to overlap the fabric onto the inside of the trim, this makes for a more secure fit. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
Had post/fabric problem buy Loctite fabric adhesive, remove post cover, hold in a vise, and respray adhesive, being care ful not to get any on front,use credit card to smooth worked great
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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