: Headrest monitor



amtrucker22
05-16-07, 09:55 PM
I am having a hard time keeping a monitor in the passenger side headrest now that it is warming up. It is an eclipse monitor with no bezel. It looks like double sided sticky tape was used by the original owner. Any suggestions?

TIA,

Paul

pabstcadillac
05-16-07, 09:58 PM
Open up your wallet & have it re-done since it is not a GM part. :2cents: :alchi:

dkozloski
05-16-07, 10:07 PM
Get out the hot glue gun.

amtrucker22
05-16-07, 10:22 PM
Get out the hot glue gun.

I hope your kidding!

EXT_Vegas
05-16-07, 11:00 PM
Hot glue gun, 3M automotive double stick or take it to a shop where they will do the same for a fee...

pabstcadillac
05-16-07, 11:03 PM
To quote Rodney Dangerfield "I get no respect". :alchi:

dkozloski
05-16-07, 11:05 PM
I hope your kidding!
Many professional upholsterers use hot glue. Your local home improvement store stocks several different grades.

amtrucker22
05-17-07, 08:17 AM
Wow I had no idea that they use hot glue guns on this type of thing. I guess I will have to break out the wifes craft box tonight. Thanks for the help!

Paul

amtrucker22
05-17-07, 08:19 AM
To quote Rodney Dangerfield "I get no respect". :alchi:

Telling someone to break out there wallet is the answer for anyone who is rich... I am not so I have to try and remedy my problems myself (with the help of people on this board :thumbsup: )

Thanks for your input.

Paul

DLE
05-17-07, 11:09 AM
Make yourself a bracket of some sort, and that should help support it. I dont know. Just throwing out some ideas.

rblimas
05-17-07, 02:02 PM
duck tape:D

duck tape can fix any thing:D
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Synergetic
05-17-07, 02:09 PM
I hope your kidding!

Don't go spend money having someone "re-do" it.

I use the hot glue gun anytime my monitors flop out of the headrests. Not only does it hold it well, but when its time to take it out, it cleans up nice and peels right off. Just make sure the glue or heated gun doesn't hit any visible leather on the headrest or it will burn right through it.