Remove the second set of rubber seal from top frame. Now the rubber seal with be attached from the bottom with sticky goo. Just pull off slow. You now will expose I believe 3 screws that hold curved metal frame. Once again mark screw locations before removal. When you release bracket from frame you will notice that is is still attached to the cloth top itself. Just slide the frame of the top. Do this to both sides of the top.
You will now have the top pulled back enough to be laying in the trunk. Here is the hard part. If you look at the cross bar above the rear window you will see a plastic pipe going across the length of the bar. You will see that same thing on the liner. They want you to have access to the rivets that are on the back side. They are a real pain in the ass to get too. You will see the screws that hold the rod. Mark the rod location on the side so you can align the back. But do not remove screws yet. Lets go back to the front of the top in the next step.
Now lay your liner in place. You will see the locations on the screw will match up to the plastic on strip on liner. Install all the screws. You will need a Power screw drive of some sort to install these, But be careful not to strip out head of screw. Leave the last two screw on either side of front plastic strip out. I will explain why later.
If you look at liner you will see a piece of black cloth with 3 plastic clamps. These lock into the second rail from the rear.
This is the real pain in the ass part. Remove the rear bar that I told you about earlier. Once again make sure you mark the rod before removal. Now Gm want you to drill the rivets out on this bar and snap both plastic rods on and then rivet it all back together, ya right good luck. So what I did was snapped the plastic into place a drill 6 holes across the bar as close as I could to cloth for best hold. Now get the extra rivets I told you to purchase earlier. Use the larger one of the two.
If you look at the liner on the lower sides there are plastic curved flaps of the liner. There are three holes that will line up with three hold that you exposed when you removed the rear window bracket and seal. Make sure you take a little care that the flap and tight before riveting.
Move the top forward slow and look under top, Make sure the liner is tucked under so all you see is the liner on side and no lap over. Better way to explain. When you have you top down while driving down the road you could see you top liner. On the sides you can see the flap or excess top you could put your hand in. Make sure you liner is on the bottom of this. This will make sense if you have the other way, looks like crap. I found this out , lol.
Ok reassembly time. Get the rails you removed on the rear frame and reinstall. Slide the guides on the top back on the reinstall rails on both sides. Just use the marks you made to line up. Install rubber seals.
More to come