Upgrades Stock Wooden Board to Sturdy ABS Plastic Board
Replaces Saggy & Worn Headliner
OE Opal Gray Color Match
Headliner Pre-Glued to ABS Board
Precision Cut Board
Fits 1993 Hatchback Mustang
What's in the Box
(1) Headliner w/ ABS Plastic Backing Board
Upgrade Your Mustang's Headliner
ABS plastic headliners are a vacuum formed plastic product that replaces the original wooden headliner board in your Mustang. Original Mustang headliner boards are a type of pressed cardboard composite that over time will warp and crack. These ABS plastic headliner boards are made to the original factory size and shape. ABS boards are much easier to install than the original saving hours of labor for the installer who normally has to remove the old cardboard headliner, make necessary repairs and reinstall it.
These boards have a lifetime guarantee on the plastic and one year on the foam back material that is applied to the board. The plastic board comes with pre-cut holes for dome lamps, map lights, sunroof, and t-tops where applicable, the headliner cloth material however, is one solid piece and NOT pre-cut.
1992-93 owners will need to slightly widen dome light hole for proper fitment.
Video: Fox Body Mustang Headliner Installation (1979-93)
Published on 2014-02-04
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Installing a headliner on your Fox Mustang can be quite a task. Add in a sun roof opening, and well, you just turned it into a full blown job. We're going to walk you through the steps required to install a new headliner in your factory sun roof equipped Fox Mustang.
Remove the middle trim pieces from over the door opening by pulling them away from the headliner to release the clips. Do the same for the middle trim at the top of the windshield. A trim panel pry tool may be helpful. Remove the screws that hold on the visors and remove the visors from the car. Disconnect the vanity light if equipped. Remove the sun visor clips.
Remove the forward retaining screws on each A pillar trim, and allow the A pillar trim to hang inward. Release the dome light from the headliner and disconnect it to remove. Remove the seat belt shoulder strap anchor bolt. Remove all of the trim panel retaining screws. You'll have three at the front, one at the top, one through the coat hook, one midway down.
Remove the four screws in the rear headliner trim piece. Then remove the four screws going down the back of the panel. Finally, you can remove the two screws retaining the hatch cover mount. Gently pull the panel inward. Repeat for the other side.
Remove the sun roof latch trim. Squeeze the two sides of the latch hinge together and separate the glass side of the latch from the body side. Remove the sun roof from the car. Remove the sun roof body weather strip. Peel the headliner material away from the sun roof opening.
You can now remove the headliner from the car. Slide your new headliner in the car and support it using the side push pins. Be sure the headliner is squarely positioned.
Locate and cut out the holes for the sun visors. Remember to cut small and enlarge as needed. Install the sun visors. Locate and cut out the holes for the sun visor clips. Reinstall the sun visor clips. Locate and cut out the opening for the dome light. Plug in the connector and clip the dome light into place. Locate and cut out the hole for the body side of the sun roof latch.
Reinstall the body side of the sun roof latch. For the sun roof hole, make an opening in the headliner material, leaving plenty of room around the edges. Start making slight relief cuts to get the headliner material to conform around the corners. Cut only a little at a time. You can always cut more later if needed.
Apply spray adhesive to the headliner material and to the lip of the sun roof opening. Do only small sections at a time, allowing the glue to become tacky before positioning the headliner material. Work your way around the sun roof opening, folding the headliner material over the sun roof opening lip. Enlarge the relief cuts in the corners as needed.
Install the sun roof body weather strip. Trim the excess headliner material from around the sun roof opening. Inside the car, trim the excess headliner material from the full perimeter of the headliner. Reinstall all your trim panels and trim parts.
And you're done. You can achieve professional looking results in your own garage. My biggest piece of advice to you is to just take your time, work through it slowly, and have an extra set of hands available because that extra help can make the job that much easier. You can pick up your headliner on latemodelrestoration.com. Please be sure to like and share this video if it was helpful to you. And comment below. Let us know what other Fox Mustang videos you'd like to see from us.
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