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Assembly Sequence Question


cbesing

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Hi,

 

Just got car back from paint and was wondering the sequence for assembly. 

 

Here is what i have (engine not ready for a month):

 

Run new fuel line

Prewire for speakers under back seat

Install trunk battery system

Dynamat install

Headliner (before door seals?)

Rear interior panels

Carpet

Seats

Door Seals

Plastic/Hard Rubber trim at door opeing?

Door and side windows

Door panels

Windshield

Rear Window

Seats

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

 

Chris

 

 

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Some things can be done in a different order, but for the items you listed:

Run new fuel line

Pre-wire for speakers under back seat

Install trunk battery system

Dynamat install

Headliner

Carpet

Door Seals

Door and side windows

Windshield

Rear Window

Plastic/Hard Rubber trim at door opening

Rear interior panels

Door panels

Seats

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1   Run new fuel line


2   Prewire for speakers under back seat


3  Install trunk battery system


4   Dynamat install


5   Headliner (before door seals?)


6   Rear interior panels


7   Carpet


8   Seats


9   Door Seals


10   Plastic/Hard Rubber trim at door opeing?


11   Door and side windows


12   Door panels


13   Windshield


14   Rear Window


15   Seats


 


above is your list, now the order i think will work without


damage or having to cross paths;


 


1 Headliner


1a black edging around the roof openings


2 if you have a sun roof then the rear window


3 windshield


3a 1/4 glass gaskets and door gaskets


4 Dynamat


5 new fuel line


6 stereo wires


7 battery harness


8 rear interior panels


9 carpet


10 door and side windows


11 doors


12 seats

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Thanks to all.  Any recommendation on headliner?  Pre cut or uncut roll? It is a sunroof car.

 

Thanks Again

Get an OE headliner and one meter of extra fabric for the panel. Theres a place on ebay selling headliners (aftermarket) that seem to be nice also. There was an issue with the weld seam on a few of the OE headliners but it seems to be corrected now so you should be able to buy with confidence

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I like the windshield last. This does the have the risk of scratching the paint at the end of your restoration but I guess a scratch is a scratch. The reason I like the windshield last is that you get a lot of easy access to the instrument cluster/ dash and ease of getting at the steering wheel and key lock while your working under the hood.

Plus, you get to drive around your neighborhood without it!

John

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