Date: Sun, 31 Oct 2004 15:18:54 -0500 From: KeithG <noonenospamay.com> Subject: Re: C900 headliner - that old favourite!
Saabnet has a writeup on how to do this. The problem is that the foam backing on the fabric deteriorates and disintegrates. It is one with the fabric. If you are in to keeping this car for a few years, you will need to do it at some point. If you do it soon, you will have that much more enjoyment of not having a droopy headliner. I have found a local source that will recover them for about US 100.00 as long as I drop it off and give them a week. I am sure an auto upholstery shop near you can probably help as well. KeithG brad wrote: > Hi all > > The headliner on my 92 C900 T16S has started to sag at the back, as they > do. > > It's a bit annoying, as it had only just been replaced when I bought the > car a little less than a year ago. > > The cloth doesn't need replacing, just sticking back. My mechanic has > suggested that, as it's only a fairly limited area at the minute, I > could try using a syringe to inject glue above the fabric without taking > the liner out. > > What do you think of that idea? Anybody tried it? What sort of glue > should I use (and where do you get syringes?!?) > > If the best bet is to remove the liner, are there any tricks to that, or > pitfalls to watch out for? > > TIA! > > Brad > >