HI Taryn- this is a common problem with vehicles that are older. The headliner material has dried out and will need to be replaced if you want to do it properly and have it last (at an upholstery shop) . It would run about $500 .
3M general trim adhesive (sold at your local Auto parts store) may work but there is no guarantee that it will stick due to the deterioration of the foam board underneath. Good luck!
〉 Answered on Aug 8th, 2008 by Dana Schaeffer, Director of Business Development at Chop Shop Customs
Yes, it's easy to fix. Your local auto parts store will have tacks for this purpose and spray glues. Your local dealership's body shop will also repair or replace. You can do it yourself or pay for this service.
enjoy your new car
〉 Answered on Aug 8th, 2008 by Debbie Lee, President at Professional Car Care
You can get your hands on some upholstery tacks and tack it up that way, but a droopy headliner is only replaceable.