I was able to disconnect this cable, let me take a picture tomorrow. It was not easy but once you see the connector it will be easier.Great thread and info. Worth a bump to resolve one last question as I stare at my dangling overhead console.
How to remove the plug? It won't budge and I don't see any kind of release tang. I'm sure it stupid simple.
..and it is!
pull harder. There is no release.
thanks for all the info. just gathering enough info and energy to do my ceiling.
2011 crew cab with oem ceiling and side airbags...:thinking
i bought these from mcmaster carr...5692T53 @ $17.61/ft
did the lower sidings, rear doors and sliding door. works great and light! ended up using about 11 feet.
will get more for the ceiling.
The instructions that I used are in post #3 of my build link.....Anyone have any tips on removing cargo area headline on a 2014 crew or manual for aftermarket work?
I'm new to this kind of work. Thanks for any input
Took me awhile to find this thread but glad I did.. ThanksA couple of more pictures. I ran a 1/2" ID plastic conduit down the left "A" pillar from the Panduit wireway I have on the upper left wall down to near the fuse box. The lower dash panel removes with one screw on the bottom edge. I did cut out some of the Styrofoam block at the upper right of drivers window to make the conduit run straighter. Picture of headliner also posted. When I am done with the conversion, the headliner would have to be cut in two to get it out. The headliner has a two part snap in box above the light panel. I looked at the plastic box and determined it can be removed without removing the headliner so I can get access to the base of the aerial. Again not too impressed with the German engineering. The headliner could have been removed without disturbing either the "A" or "B" post panels. All they needed would be horizontal joints between the panels and the headliner. You wonder what they were thinking. Dumb.