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Ok, I feel dumb and not informed. I was at my local Cars and Coffee this morning and met a new GT350 owner who pointed out an issue I have not seen. The rear portion of the headliner sags, a little or a lot. His was worst than mine but all 3 of us had the issue. See below.

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My car, note right corner.

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My friends is obvious.

Anyone else?
 

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I had the issue on my right side passenger above where the window is. I fixed it by tucking it in and making sure the plastic cover held it in place. Maybe your sag was during the tint install? Should be a quick fix tho if you put some muscle into it.
 

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Nothing to push in guys. Headliner is anchored on sides by C pillar garnish. Across the Middle supported under its own strength. Damn, another dealer item!
 
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