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i have a 2000 buick lesabre and im trying to replace the headliner and i did everything but

i have a 2000 buick lesabre and i'm trying to replace the headliner and i did everything but take the headliner down, but it will not move what should i do    

Most likely the headliner is held in place by strips of velcro. If you wiggle and jiggle the board from side to side; it will break the velcro attachment loose and the headliner board should come out. Car manufacturers started using velcro to hold headliner boards in place in the late 80's and early 90's. 

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Sometimes the headliner is also held in by other things as well besides Velcro. It may have sections of Styrofoam glued in or heavy tar strips or sound deadeners that need to be separated by cutting/scraping with a long blade, I use an aluminum scraper that approximately 2 feet long.
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