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Has anyone removed the headliner? I’ve added soundproofing in previous cars. The roof of the cr v is super resonant in the rain it sounds like a tin can. I am motivated to do a full teardown of the interior and place deadening mats and madd loaded vinyl in the doors roof and floor. Is there a service manual or something available for the headliner and other interior pieces?



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Has anyone removed the headliner? I’ve added soundproofing in previous cars. The roof of the cr v is super resonant in the rain it sounds like a tin can. I am motivated to do a full teardown of the interior and place deadening mats and madd loaded vinyl in the doors roof and floor. Is there a service manual or something available for the headliner and other interior pieces?



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Welcome to the CR-V Club!
I don't know if this thread deals with the headliner, but it is a good place for you to start.
https://www.crvownersclub.com/forums/137-2017-present-official-specs-features-etc-gen-5/179442-speaker-upgrade-sound-deadening-build-log.html
 

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Welcome to the CR-V Club!
I don't know if this thread deals with the headliner, but it is a good place for you to start.
https://www.crvownersclub.com/forums/137-2017-present-official-specs-features-etc-gen-5/179442-speaker-upgrade-sound-deadening-build-log.html
I didn't do the headliner nor do I recall anyone doing one and posting about it. I do recommend Honda tech info though... It contains tear down instructions for all of it.

I would consider doing the headliner if I saw instructions... For some reason it intimidates me more than anything else! You have to be careful with mlv in the headliner, it can sag easily. For this reason CCD tiles and thick foam are typically used.

OP if you look closely to may see a giraffe.

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If you want to remove the headliner, I strongly 2nd mnestrud's suggestion to pay the $10 fee for one day's access and download interior trim instructions from Honda Tech Service Express. Those instructions show the removal and reinstall process for all interior parts step by step, including a vehicle's headliner. Even more importantly, Honda often uses special fasteners and clips to hold pillar trim (cause of potential air bag deployment) which Honda Tech downloads reveal. I've used their instructions when putting sound deadening in both my '16 Pilot and '18 CRV. Don't leave home without it!! https://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/logon.aspx

While I did not remove the headliner on my CRV, I did remove the headliner on my Pilot. Photos of that job show up on post #'s 29 & 30. Install log is posted here: https://www.piloteers.org/forums/114-2016-third-generation-pilot/119337-put-sound-deadening-my-16-pilot.html
 
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