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Your Ride: 94 325is
What did you use to spray the rear shelf...mine is also purple. When I took mine off everything went fine, but I had a REALLY hard time getting the C pillars to stay back in place, I couldnt really get the clips to get into their right holes, any tips?
Another question...did you notice any wires back there that were attached to your amp? When I took mine off, I didnt really disconnect any wires but when I put it back together, my amp didnt turn on and I havent had sound, so Im just wondering if you see any wires that could become easily disconnected or somethin.
I just got done doing this. Pulled out the headliner, and reattached the fabric with Scotch adhesive spray. What a mess. It's all back together, but I got smudges in a bunch of places where you can see it. Should have just broke down and bought a new one
Amanda- where did you get a new one, and how much was it?
Now that c1apton says that, I think it was Duplicolor.
Since my interior is black, I went with black for the back dash. Actually, once you remove the back dash, you can see the original color under where the speaker grill/cover things were. NAPA should sell the spray dye, if they have a NAPA in your area. If you start asking around at local auto parts stores, they will know what you are talking about.
If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me.
Originally Posted by c1apton
- "The DIY Goddess" - nice job (She's "schoolin'" the boyZ)