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Removing Headlining On GT

I am thinking about putting a black wrap on the roof of my GT. To make it look neat I think I will have to remove the aerial on the roof. To gain access I will have to remove the headliner. My question is, is that difficult to do? Will there be any problems with airbags, etc. Thanks in advance _any advice would be appreciated.
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Did the same on my 147 and didn't remove the headlining, just removed the rubber seal around the hatch opening then eased the back of the lining down to allow access to the aerial nut, then carefully undid it and removed the connections which run to the C pillar so not to bad to reach then just lift the aerial base out.
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Although I didn't remove my aerial to wrap my roof,I i did loosen the aerial so I can tuck in the vinyl under the base of the aerial. If it's similar to the 147,you can unscrew the aerial by removing the rear interior light.
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