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headliner rods location
#1
i was removing my head liner today and forgot to check which hole the rod ends went into, i can see old marks in the holes but dont seem right on the left side they go in the bottom of the 3 and on the right side they go in the front hole? is this correct can anyone tell me what ones are correct?
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#2
Mine are still in the car and are exposed so I'll take a look for you this morning.

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#3
thanks mate that will help so much! is yours a coupe or fast back?, mine is a coupe probably won't matter?
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#4
Calling the center hole toward the front #1, Top hole toward roof #2, bottom hole toward floor #3.
Starting at windsheild going back on the Drivers side. (the 2 sides are in diffent holes)mine are located:
3, 2, 2, 1, 1

Passenger side:
3, 3, 1, 1, 1

Mine is a fastback and I'm not sure the reason for 3 holes. I'm going to go back out and pull a measuring tape to see if both sides are equal from the windsheild roofline going back. Let you know.

I put the tape in the top corner of the windshield and DS was
front to back 6"- 17.5" - 28.5" - 38" and 48"

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#5
yes i also found it strange to have more then one location to place the rod?, reading a workshop manual it tells you to put the drivers side rod in the top hole to allow for more head room,Ill check out the marks i have telling me where the rods would of been and see if the numbers match your fast back and let you know !
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#6
If your over 6 feet like me I'll be putting trying to put them as high as they'll go and still be strait. That being said. The measurement from the corner of the windshield back on each side becomes very important

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#7
So, would there be a problem just putting them all in the middle or the top?

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#8
Maybe the bow of the rod? Don't know. Plan to pull a string and measure heighth when I put mine back in.
Maybe the bow of the rod? Don't know. Plan to pull a string and measure height when I put mine back in.

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#9
I have seen 3 different cars (2 fastbacks and i coupe) and non of them were consistent.
So the question remains, why 3 holes???

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MrMach71;38993 Wrote:I have seen 3 different cars (2 fastbacks and i coupe) and non of them were consistent.
So the question remains, why 3 holes???

Kinda like the rear spoiler measurementsHuh
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