ccharlie said:I made a post in April about headliner drooping. Just curious if others think this might be a problem down the road. If you have not noticed, sit it your back seat and push up where the dome light is. Seems to me to have about an inch or so play.
Easy fix, just push it up from the light and will snap in place.ccharlie said:I made a post in April about headliner drooping. Just curious if others think this might be a problem down the road. If you have not noticed, sit it your back seat and push up where the dome light is. Seems to me to have about an inch or so play.
I have a 2011 that is doing the same thing. It's a shame they are still sending them out knowing there is an issue. Dealer said they ordered a new headliner, that was two weeks ago, still no word.gklaum said:I have a 2010 Equinox LTZ for 3 weeks and noticed about a week ago that the headliner inside the cab had disconnected from its supports and had begun to sag down. It was especailly prounounced by the first dome light by the rear seat. There is a 2nd set of these conical section between the 1st dome light and 2nd dome light where this has also happened. Evidently GM utilizes conical supports glued to the headliner that have magnets on the other end. The glue is not sufficiennt to hold the headliner. Brought it to the dealership and there was a GM bulletin specifying a fix with a new glue. it is special order so I will have to bring it back. Supposedly they have to remove the headliner from the vehivccle to fix. Dealership tried to use the double sided tape for an interim fix but after an hour that failed also. I'll keep you updated when they get the new glue.
No, it does not have a sunroof. I did check one with a sunroof at the dealer. There was a little play by the light, but probably not an issue, at least initially. You could still hear the glue stick and release if you press up on the liner for a few seconds.Terrain said:I take it all of you have vehicles without the sunroof? I've not noticed any sagging, but there is a little play in mine.
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That sounds about right. There is a good inch or more of play on mine. You can stick it back up, but it will fall back down after a few seconds.GARYD said:Checked my liner. The light sits a little lower then the roof, but I think that is normal. I will have to go to a dealer and check out other vehicles to know for sure. I pushed up on the light but it didn't move very much so I'm inclined to think it is normal. The material is not drooping at all. It feels pretty stiff all around the light like it should.
I have a 10 purchased 11 months ago and just started to notice the droop. It looks like 2-3 inches to me and it clearly could get worse. I plan on going to the dealer, looking at a few new ones to verify, and then complaining about mine.ccharlie said:curious if others think this might be a problem