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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-31-2005, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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How To: Vision/Cord Headliner in a trep

the reason i did this is so that my otis will look right and so that i would have bitch handles on pass side and both rear sides.

tools u will need
1 phillips head
2 t15 torx for visors
3 strait screwdriver for prying the clips out of the old clips for the bitch grips
4 razor knife will explain later
5 maker of some sort
6 and last but not least alot of patience

first step take all the grab handles out simply a phillips screw driver takes em out and pull the otis once u have that done u can take ur molding pieces off ur a pillars have to come lose and same wit u middle pillar that has ur seat belt slide but ur back has to completly out and make sure u take all ur body clips out to u will need an additional 6 of em they simply pry out takes a lil bit but they will come out and take the headliner out it takes some finaglying but they do come out

second step same as step one but with ur car

third step take all the body clips and put them in the spots they go they just simply snap into place very easy

fourth now u are ready to put the cord or vision headliner in it takes alot of finaglying but they do go in wit seats in place is what i did i put my fronts all the way back and went threw that way. once u get into place snap ur a pillar back into place same wit ur seat belt pillar and put the grab bars into place put ur visors back in hook ur otis in all ur wiring i bet u think u are done ur not

fifth and final step being that the visions and cord's have different body lines the back pillar will not fit but there is a 2 solutions to that either modify head lier or modify the pillars i modified the pillars done want the risk of having the headliner come down so this how i did this i took the cord plsatic made a sketch of the top measured from top flat spot to botom flat spot made a tensil of the top of the cord one measured the trep one out marked set tensil in place traced it then i used a ultility knife to cut be very very carefull i lost a lil blood doing this i will have pictures as soon as i get help puttin them up
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