Question about 2001 BMW 325
I have a 2002 model BMW as stated above and have had a problem occur over the past few hot days where the car has sat in an area with extensive sunshine.
As i opened the drivers door, the inner fabric frame which sits just behind the rubber strip running along the window frame became unstuck and a small section now hangs down. The fabric strip which i need to fix is a strip of about 1-2 cm's wide inbetween the the rubber strip which is in contact with the glass (well the fabric strip touches a bit of the glass but not 100%) and the main fabric frame which is also home to the windscreen airbags.
Could someone please advise me how i could fix this problem as im considering using super glue to stick it down but im sure it should just clip into place as there currently is no residue on the strip.
There is an arasol glue for heat applications for the fabric of head liners you can pick this up at local parts stores or the hot glue you can use theres also carpet glue if you know how to iron upside down use the carpet glue and an old iron that your going to want to throw away cause carpet glue is a little messy but it holds tight and liquid nails this you will have to find some way to support the area of the headliners while liquid nails adheres to the head liners
Posted on May 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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