Ford Mustang Service Manual: Moulding - Roof Side

Moulding - Roof Side

Removal and Installation

1. Remove the weatherstrip.

2. Remove the exterior roof side moulding screws.


2. Remove the exterior roof side moulding screws.

3. Remove the interior roof side moulding screws.


3. Remove the interior roof side moulding screws.

4. Remove the roof side moulding screw.


4. Remove the roof side moulding screw.

5. Release the clips.


5. Release the clips.

1. Lift up to release the two clips.

2. NOTE: Grasp the roof side moulding and lift up to release the money clip.

Remove the money clip.

6. Remove the upper quarter trim panel. For additional information, refer to


6. Remove the upper quarter trim panel. For additional information, refer to Section.

7. Remove the nuts and the roof side moulding.

8. To install, reverse the removal procedure.


8. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

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