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Headliner removal in 2019 crew cab silverado


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I remove the panels right next to the rear glass, the handles on the ceiling, and tug down the rear of the headliner (gently) there are two plastic retainers that snap into the roof that you can pop out with a trim tool. Then I use a ratchet to remove the (8?) 10mm nuts and the 4 10mm bolts holding the spoiler in. Be careful not to crease the headliner though. 

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Can't thank you guys enough for the info. I read through all 223 pages (yes, every page) of the other rear window leaking thread. Some horror stories in there so I am going to attempt to do this myself when I get home (I work overseas). I have been looking to purchase the recommended Kent seam sealer online, but looks like you need a business license to order from them(could be wrong though). I registered on there site to see if they would sell it to me, still waiting on a reply. If they don't, any recommendations for what sealant to use. Thanks again. Shame we have to take care of this ourselves. 

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On 10/9/2021 at 9:25 PM, oilfieldtrash73 said:

Can't thank you guys enough for the info. I read through all 223 pages (yes, every page) of the other rear window leaking thread. Some horror stories in there so I am going to attempt to do this myself when I get home (I work overseas). I have been looking to purchase the recommended Kent seam sealer online, but looks like you need a business license to order from them(could be wrong though). I registered on there site to see if they would sell it to me, still waiting on a reply. If they don't, any recommendations for what sealant to use. Thanks again. Shame we have to take care of this ourselves. 

The correct sealer is a solid window tbh, most sealers dont hold, mine lasted a whole 6 months. The design sucks and the tsb is a complete joke. They need to just stop offering sliders at all or make it a stand alone option not in a package like moon roofs should be.

Solid window looks better too

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