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Old 06-26-2007, 03:37 PM
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Help me out please...

Can you check to see if your headliner is exposed when your rear venting windows are open like in the picture? Seems hard to believe they wouldn't put some trim there or something. Thank you.

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WOW! I just checked - mine is too. Who would have thought.....................
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Being a person in manufacturing, I can say it is probably to save money as well as not have two procedures. Since some rear windows do not open, they trim them the same I am sure.
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Being a person in manufacturing, I can say it is probably to save money as well as not have two procedures. Since some rear windows do not open, they trim them the same I am sure.
Sounds like the right answer to me.
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