1982-1992 Pontiac Trans Am Molded T-Top Headliner Set1AIHL00311
This is a complete headliner-sun visor-and sail panel set for cars with T-Tops. The set includes our assembled molded headliner, a pair of sunvisors and a pair of rear sail panels with speaker cut-outs.
The headliner is molded ABS plastic backed interior headliner. This is a great reproduction which is much improved in materials over the original. The shell is made of molded ABS plastic which will not absorb moisture like the paperboard original. A nylon padding is used which lasts much longer and does not granularize. The result is a great looking product that is designed to outlast the original.
This set only fits models that came with factory (Fisher Body) installed T-Tops. Does not fit aftermarket T-Tops that were installed by C & C (Cars & Concepts). To determine which top style you have, remove one of the tops and measure the side that tucks into the center support section of the roof. Factory, or Fisher, tops will measure 30 1/4" while the C & C tops will only measure 28" long.
Available in these colors:
- 1559 Black
- 2001 Graphite
- 1755 Light Saddle
- 1789 Medium Beechwood
- 1787 Briar Brown
- 1666 Claret (Burgundy)
- 1611 Carmine Red
- 1714 Maple
- 2092 Navy Blue
- 1785 Royal Blue
- 1810 Medium Dark Grey
- 1833 Russet
Please note: The sail panels attach like originals. Please reuse old hardware.
Add the color desired in the note field of the order
To View Foam Back Cloth color samples Click Here.
These headliners ship UPS 70LB rate. The headliners are rolled up to fit in to the box. You must let them retake their shape over a 24-hour period before you install them.
Headliners are custom made to order, and because of this they are non-returnable. If you are unsure of which color is correct for your specific vehicle, please contact us before purchasing and we can send physical color samples out to you.Shipping Time: This item is custom made to order and will take 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.
Effective June 23, 2014: This item is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. In the event this item should fail due to manufacturing defects during intended use, we will exchange the part free of charge (excludes shipping charges) for the original purchaser. Please keep your invoice for proof of this warranty.
Disconnecting the Battery
- Disconnect the negative battery cable with an 8mm wrench
Removing the Rear Seat Trim
- Remove the two Phillips head screws from the door frame
- Remove the two Phillips screws from the door frame trim
- Remove the door frame trim
- Remove the Phillips screws from the coat hangers
- Remove the coat hangers
- Remove the Phillips screws from the rear roof panel and sail panels
- Remove the roof and sail panels
- Fold down the rear seat
- Remove the T50 Torx bolt from the side panel
Removing the Trunk Trim
- Open the Trunk
- Remove the three plastic plugs from the trunk with a flat blade screwdriver
- Pull of the trunk panel
- Remove the three Phillips screws from each sunshade bracket
- Remove the sunshade brackets
- Pry off the side panels with a flat blade screwdriver
Removing the Headliner
- Remove the three Phillips head screws from each sun visor bracket
- Pull off the sun visors
- Remove the Phillips screws from each windshield pillar molding
- Pull the windshield molding pieces down and off
- Remove the two pins from the dome light with a flat blade screwdriver
- Pull down the dome light Disconnect the dome light wiring harness
- Pull down the seatbelt tongue
- Carefully pull down the headliner, releasing the headliner clips as you go
How-to Video:(07:53 min)
- Flat Blade Screwdriver
- Phillips Head Screwdriver
- 8mm Socket
- T50 Torx Socket
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Sockets - Metric
Torx Drivers & Sockets
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Part #: 1AIHL00311
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