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Old 05-21-2018, 02:41 PM   #1
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Sync 3 bubble

How easy is it to remove the bubble on the roof to paint/wrap
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Old 05-21-2018, 02:49 PM   #2
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My only experience like that was with a Dodge Dart. I had to remove the headliner to remove/replace it.
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My only experience like that was with a Dodge Dart. I had to remove the headliner to remove/replace it.
That's what I was thinking would need to be done Jim.
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It's not hard. Sit in the back seat, reach up and firmly pull on the headliner where it meets the back window. It's held on with two strong magnets towards the sides. You can then pull it down enough to get your hands in and undo a 10mm (8mm?) bolt holding the antenna on. There is also an electrical connection you have to unplug. It's for the satellite radio.


Just be patient cause there's not much room. Definitely DIY friendly though.
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