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Old 04-28-2010, 08:12 AM   #1
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most headliners don't have clips it's usually visors, rearview, "oh ****" handles, domelight, and 2 plastic circle plugs near the rear of the headliner. Also you have to remove all your upper interior.
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everything highlighted needs removed as well as all upper interior.

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Glad you got it off and to the leaking question. you should be fine.
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will i leak without the headliner, or can i drive without it on?

You'll be fine

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