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The headliner in my car is 3 quarters ripped off the insulations is showing. how would i remove it out of the car and replace it and need step by step to take out and replace

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Your best solution for your car is to go to a paint auto parts store and buy headliner glue and fix it with the glue, glue it and work the liner to the outer edge as you work with the glue, the glue sets up in a couple of minutes, be sure to take your time while doing this, the more time spent the better the job will turn out.

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