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Old 02-17-2005, 01:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was driving down the road today rolled my window down a bit and my headliner which was already starting to sag a little fell in teh back. Right where it meets the rear window. Now I want to competely redo the liner but money wise i have to wait a while. Does anyone know of a way to get it to hold temporarily(i don't want the bimmer to look ghetto). I also don't want to ruin the liner or stain anything.

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Old 02-17-2005, 01:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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does anyone know anthing about this? Comeon.
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I have seen a DIY site that describes replacing the headliner in a sunroof equipped E36 that looks quite simple. I'll search for the site and post the URL. Just FYI I had my headliner replaced by a pro upholstery shop with the same look of the original, I am quite pleased with the look but I shelled out 220USD to get it done.

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Mine did this when I had teh windows open on the freeway. I found a guy that redid it for 100 bucks and it's as good as new now
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Thanks for the replys guys. I am gonna put a couple small pins in it to drive it for the next week while i look for a place to get it fixed. I got a quote at a upholstery shop 5 months ago when i first bought the car and as i remember the guy wanted like $300 for it, that is why i did not do it then, but i would pay up to $200 to get it done right.
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