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      01-13-2013, 03:12 PM   #23
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Is there also PDF file for removing/replacing sunroof shade? It is impossible even when the Sunroof glass is removed because you can't slide it out there is inside some black metal thing which is holding it.

Please help me.
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Used this today to replace headliner. Good info.

Anyone know the best way to remove sunroof sunshade? Best I have come up with is to put glass in tilt position and remove the side screws that are hidden by the rubber folding trim. This hopefully removes the glass and then allows me access from outside the car to the sunshade. Hoping this is right because I don't feel like dropping the headliner again.
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Great info man! Trying to figure out how to remove...

05 COVERING HEADLINING REAR ANTHRAZIT 1 51447960075

What program is that?? Its amazing, tells you everything!
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I really hate when you find a thread like this. You start reading figure not to bad to remove the headliner... Then you get to the point of the sun roof.. and then the post ends....?????????? Damn back to searching the net..
How do you remove the headliner.. and how do you deal with sun roof.. Old thread.. maybe I cant find one.
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Hi, you have probably got them out at this point but yes those are the rivets. I think there are two different sizes.

Just get a drill bit larger than that rivet hole by 1-2mm and start drilling. At first it will be easy since the head of the rivet is some aluminum alloy, but when you will get to the steel pin it will be tough.

Once you drill it out the rivet, it will either push into the car's body or a tiny piece will stick out and you can extract it with pliers. I was able to catch only 2 of the rivets, it is much easier to just let it go inside the car's body.
If the rivets fall into the car body, will they fall out when you start driving? I'm afraid that they will jingle and annoy me when driving. The steel tip in the rivet is where I get stuck drilling all the way through. Afraid of going through car exterior body.
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