How to Remove the Headliner From a 1995 Nissan Pickup Truckby Jenny Carver
Traditional fabric truck cab headliners are easily damaged because of the way they are made. When the windows of a truck are rolled down, the wind comes inside and buffets the headliner, causing it to eventually come loose from the headliner board and sag. Not only does that look tacky, it could become a driving hazard. A 1995 Nissan pickup truck has a basic headliner with few attachments. You can remove one easily in less than 30 minutes with just a screwdriver.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws from the sun visors. There is a small triangle-shaped plastic mount that secures the sun visors to the ceiling. Remove the two Phillips screws from each of these mounts. The sun visors and mounts will come down.
Locate the visible Phillips screws around the edges of the headliner in the plastic molding. Remove these screws and pull the molding down once piece at a time. This molding is located along the front, back and both sides of the ceiling and headliner.
Pull the headliner down from the ceiling of the Nissan. 1995 Nissan pickup trucks don't have a dome light or rearview mirror attached to them, so they should come down as soon as the plastic molding is removed. Be careful not to bend the headliner board or it could crack.
Things You'll Need
- Phillips screwdriver
Since 1997 Jenny Carver has served as editor and freelance writer for many offline and online publications including lovetoknow.com, autotropolis.com, "Hoof Beat News," "Import Tuner" and others. Carver owns a custom automotive shop where she has been doing paint and body work, custom interior work and engine building for over 11 years.