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Old 03-20-2009, 10:15 AM
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headliner removal?

i need to remove my headliner or at least drop it so i can install the sirius antenna. is there a write up with a few pictures on how to do this before i go breaking all kinds of interior clips and screws and plastic?
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anybody able to help?
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I've looked and could only find one for doing a Magnum over on lxforums. I'm gonna drop mine soon and will take pics and such. Still not sure how I'm gonna get it out of the car tho!
Here are a couple threads that might be helpful:

http://www.chargerforums.com/forums/...=remove+pillar

http://www.chargerforums.com/forums/...=remove+pillar
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Try this
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anyone have one re-upholstered? How much on an average?
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Ditto ^^^^^^^^^^?!
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You dont have to remove the whole headliner for the antenna. Just remove the back two c pillars and the back door grab handles. that will give you enough play to pull the headliner down and reach behind it for the antenna bolt
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