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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
Read something interesting somewhere else today . . You know the round pads that go over the jack points underneath? Some guy was saying that the missing pads on his car caused his headliner to sag. Apparently air travels through the exposed holes, up the B-pillars and out the top, and over time this separates the fabric from the headliner backing. This is the first I've heard of this, what do you guys think??
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umm.. no.. i highly, highly, HIGHLY doubt that.. (not to be offensive or anything) but an exposed hole that big, especially in the winter, would be BAD, car would take forever to heat up! oh, and there actually isnt a whole there, is there?
Originally Posted by c1apton
I keep forgetting that - I have a great memory but it doesn't last long
It's a very much true situation. BeachBunny was tellign me about it a few weeks ago. Apparently it was a recall (at least her car, 98 328iS) so i went to the stealership but they said its not recalled on my car. The headliner sagging is a very ridiculously ocmmon e36 problem. The front jack pads fall off on what seems to be every single e36. Air rushes through the A pillar supposedly (maybe B) and cases the headliner to begin sagging. Jack pads are $13 each at dealership.