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Old 06-08-2005   #1
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Door Fabric?

anyone have a link to the diy for changing the carpet on the doors? i've searched for two days and cant find it
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search on google. They have other civic's DIYs on there. Thats the best bet. I didnt attempt my doors, cuz my dash was hard enough, and it seemed harder to do the doors.


WHat the DIY said for the doors.

1)Cut the fabric to size, just slightly bigger than the part your covering.

2)Than you have to put a glue on the fabric or the piece your covering (works better on the piece, could damage the fabric otherwise)

3) Place the piece on the glue centered. You have to press the fabric around the corners and uneven surfaces, cutting here and there so it can fold.

4) Using a very sharp knife or tool, press the end of the fabric into the crevices to make it look clean.





sorry that sucks at explaining, but its what you got to do.

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its on here. Easy if you have a sedan, everything comes out with screws. Coupe you have to start breaking stuff.
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its on here. Easy if you have a sedan, everything comes out with screws. Coupe you have to start breaking stuff.
great i have a coupe, i forsee a lot of yelling and screaming coming into play
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oh yeah. I have a coupe, and thats what stopped me from doing my doors (after my dash was already completed, lol). You can screw stuff back on, but you need to brake it perfectly, haha. I doubt Id be able to do that, thats why i didnt finish. I took the vinyl off my dash.
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i have a dx though, i seem to remember seeing screws if not, oh well
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its way easy to get the dash out i got mine out in like 20-30 minutes...if you want help taking it out no problem....but i will also help if you want doing the fabric but i dont recomend using the glue in a spray can doesnt hold up at all in the heat. i think dallis, if not someone else told me that the best and pretty much only real way to go was to use the **** that u have to use a compressor. It holds alot better. and getting the door panel out there are like 3 screws and then it just pops off but be careful and start at the bottom.
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i got a coupe and yes you have to break that plastic weld crap whatever it is. its one hell of a days work... i only got one side done it look OK i just have to redo the edges b/c the fabric i was didnt want to stay in the grooves... but g/l
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sound slike a lot of work.. :S i wanna glassw it haha. hmm


wishs omeone would do a full dIY with pics onr emoving the whole dash. i need to pull mine to paint it :S

anyone?

got a weekend to kill huh.. huh?
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