I just bought a new top for my '89. I found a website that had a detailed description of how to put it on. the top came with vague instructions that didn't help much. so, just Google instructions for installation. they helped me out a lot. another helpful thing is to take pictures as you uninstall your old top so just in case you forget how it went on you can look at the photos.Answer:
Frame installation is the reverse of these removal instructions:
How do you install a headliner in a volkswagen bettle?
remove the headliner remove the old moonroof install new moonroof replace headliner
Look up on the headliner, real close to the front of the door. You should find a fairly good-size hole with two smaller holes, one to the front of the big hole, the other to the back of it. (If you don't, feel around on the headliner until you find the hole in the metal piece under the headliner, because someone replaced the headliner without cutting holes for the visors--which means YOU have to do it.) That's where the sunvisor goes. Stick the shank of the sunvisor in the big hole and attach it to the ceiling of your car with two screws.
How to install thermostat in a 1994 volkswagen golf?
lower radiator hose inside water outlet/ thermostat housing.
take it to an upolstery shop as more than likely the front or rear glass has to come out to get the old headliner out and the new in.
on my 1970 coupe the windsheld holds the headliner.you must remove both windsheld first.
Busbones.com has a partial how to do vw headliner install. Last 2 parts unavailable but lots of info. First you have to buy a good quality headliner. A few common handtools will come in handy. at this point you should also order new rubber seals for the front, rear and both quarter windows. The windows have to be removed in order to replace the headliner. The primary tool used will be a short blade putty knife (I used a bench grinder to dull the blade on mine so it would not cut the headliner fabric) which is used to tuck the fabric into the tabs that hold it in. There are steel rods called bows that fit through sleeves sewn into the headliner, these fit into tracks on the sides of the car's roof. The bows create the domed look of the headliner. You can start from the front or the back using clothes pins to hold the headliner in place so you can get things organized. You will have to pull the headliner tight and even so you do not have wrinckles. I used regular contact cement on my headliner and it worked great but you can use other types of adhesive if you want. After getting the headliner stretched front to rear you start on the sides. It is just about impossible to explain how to attache the sides, the best thing to do is to remove a headliner and pay attention to how it was installed. When you start take your time, getting in a hurry will only cause you to lower your quality standards and you will regret it later.
They are Pressed in. You will need to take it to a shop
Remove old thermostat. Install new thermostat.
There is a Phillips head screw under the plastic cover.