The internal roof covering on my Audi A2 is falling down at the rear corner. Solution?

Asked by Oct 22, 2015 at 02:13 PM about the 2002 Audi A2

Question type: Maintenance & repair

Two garages have said that the only solution is to replace the whole thing as it
is not possible to re-glue the edges where it has come down. Is this the case?

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It can be re-attached with several adhesives - gorilla glue and many more. The problem is it will not look like new. It will appear as repaired-- glued back on... but will be fine. It all depends on your budget, if you want it to look like new then it will have to be replaced. But saying 'impossible' is silly.

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