Headlining again

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Can anyone post a pic of where the front tension wire fixes as I can't find the pics I took. Thanks, it's holding the glove boxes and lids up now. Also van people where the rear wire n screw goes

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You'll find a self tapped hole near a slot in the panel below the glove boxes. The cable goes through the slot (or larger hole) and then around the screw. all of that is done from below. For the B post, the screw hole will be under the upper cover (original access to trafficators) and near the top.



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drivewasher wrote:Can anyone post a pic of where the front tension wire fixes as I can't find the pics I took. Thanks, it's holding the glove boxes and lids up now. Also van people where the rear wire n screw goes

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Hi I’m about to do this, I have no base to start with as none of the vans have a headlining, do you have any tips or pictures to help?

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Only one relevant piccie sorry....
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Original image recording time:
2017:11:10 14:45:47
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Fri Nov 10, 2017 2:45 pm
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5 mm
Shutter speed:
1/30 Sec
F-number:
f/3.3
ISO speed rating:
100
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Flash fired, auto mode, return light detected
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SONY
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DSC-W170
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Normal program
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0 EV
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Pattern

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