Nice work, the headliner looks great! I'm sitting here trying to figure out my next move and you just made up my mind. How hard was it to remove the trim around the headliner?
The pillars come out easy, then the front trim should slide out of place. Mine could be broken and you may need to pop yours
Then I undid the visors.
The trim above the door pops out. You just have to kind of twist it the right way and it pops. I'd research a good way.
Remove passenger seat.
Under the trim at the door is 3 clips, unscrew them.
Next remove the back window trim, 2 screws.
Then the 2 hanger hooks.
Then pop the dome light cover, use a blade to get under the 2 "snapper" things on the posts. Not sure what they are really called. They don't unscrew, they pop on and off.
Cut the wire and tape it.
Remove Body by fisher rails along door.
Remove the trim on the back edge of the door jamb.
I think the ceiling is free at this point except for the big plastic pieces in the back seat.
I got in the back seat and inched my shell out one inch at a time. You can slide it past the rear trim and up onto the dash. Shimmy it side to side.
now you slip out the passenger side and swing the shell out.
Honestly, the hardest part was getting the visors back in. The screw pattern is a PITA to guess right through the fabric. Remove the visor from the mount. Makes it so much easier. Take a photo of the angle they mount at(i didnt).
I did not wrap my fabric around the shell like others show to do. I cut it along the edge. the trim gives great overlap. It would not shimmy back into place otherwise.
You will need exactly 1 large can from joanne fabric. I used a little bit of it for something a few weeks ago and came up a little light on the second surface. Can't go wrong with 2 cans.
don't let them fold your fabric at the store. Roll it back up. I had wrinkles