Not too bad. Its held up by all of the trim (a,b,c pillar trim, visors, dome light, etc...), and then I believe its also glued to the roof in these cars. So carefully pull it down. The headliner board is pretty tough, but still be careful with it. In most cars, and I'm sure these ones as well, the only opening big enough to get them thru is the passenger front door, either with the seat slid back/reclined all the way, or removed altogether. At the factory they are usually installed via the windshield opening before the glass is installed, but unless you want to remove your windshield, thats not an option.
-Steve1998 Mercury Grand Marquis LS HPP
~88k miles, stock for now.1997 Town Car Cartier
~140k miles, 70mm TB, Ported Plenum, Gutted Airbox, Mechanical Fan Delete, Contour E-fan Retrofit
, Dual exhaust with Magnaflows, rear cat delete, MSD Ignition
, KYB Gas-A-Justs, Marauder/HPP rear sway bar, P71 front bar
, air ride reinstated, Blinker Mod, Projector retrofit, Caddy 4-note horn retrofit, Wood rim steering wheel retrofit, natural weight reduction.. Smashed 1/13/13....I fixt it
..1996 Mercury Grand Marquis GS
117,485mi. R.I.P. 7/14/12
I hate CAFE. I'm all for using up every last drip of oil on Earth, as quickly as possible. If there's no more oil/gas, you will get a green Earth that much faster...