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Hi, I am searching for the part number and/or technical name for the finisher, which closes the gap at the headlining around the sunroof. Fitted a new headliner and as always , the old one doesn't look nice. I guess they are not available new any more, but it does look like a usual automotive part and there should be substitutes around ... anyone a tip?
I have searched the parts catalogues, but can't find the item :-(

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That would be nice to know. Mine is still a little grubby and it shows up vs the nice headlining. Which is the long way to say: Sorry, I haven't found it either :(

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Found it now ... BTR2697LUM out of stock ... now I am searching for a substitute, I guess this kind of finisher is in many cars.

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Try here https://www.woolies-trim.co.uk/c-329-cloth-covered-edge-trim, they may well have something that will do the job.

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hi Richard, I guess that will do it, sourced it over here and will get a sample. Thanks, will update if something fits, when the sample arrives.

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Hi, I think that the correct number for the sunroof finisher is AWR2191LUM, or at least it is for a 2001 P38. I managed to find a new one in Lightstone, from Landrover in Belgium, last year. My sunroof seal surround was in good condition but the clip-in finisher was missing. I did spend a couple of months looking, and it came up with LR in Brussels.

Pierre3.

Edit: I have been searching for the original receipt for the finisher, and I found the following:
Range Rover P38 Sunroof Moon Sunroof Moulding Molding Trim Seal BTR2697LUM

This would correspond with the information by KCR. I will just have to keep looking and see if I can find out where I bought mine from, and under which part number. Sorry for any confusion, but I am now confused myself !!!

I am even more confused, having searched through receipt files -
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I bought it from JG Wade Fils, Belgium.

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Bonjour Pierre, thanks ... where did You get this image? I did not know there is a clip-in finisher (never seen one ...) I guess it is part number 17 in Your illustration? 18 is the seal (I haven't seen/recognized in my catalogues ;-) )
The part numbers are both correct, as with many parts from LR ...
Can You please look for the part number "17"? Merci beaucoup!

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Hi there, I really don't know where the parts image came from originally. Looking at it, this evening, I am having a job believe that it is for a P38. Just the image part, showing the rails, don't quite look like those on my P38.

I have sent an email to JG Wade on the off chance that they may still have one of the finishers in stock, but I have a recollection that I got the last one that they had, and it was in a very old package. My finisher clip thingy is positioned over the head of the front seat passenger, kind of on the side of the sunroof, not as shown on the diagram.

Failing that, I can only think that either a P38 dismantler, or see if it could be 3D plastic printed. I am getting the power steering pipe clips, that are under the radiator, 3D printed, although with a somewhat different design.

I do think that this is something that could be hard to find, unfortunately, and it would really bug me if it was missing.

Pierre3.

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KCR wrote:

Found it now ... BTR2697LUM out of stock ... now I am searching for a substitute, I guess this kind of finisher is in many cars.

On the jaguarlandroverclassic.com site it says
"SUPERSESSION INFORMATION
This part has been superseded by one or more of the following parts
AWR2191LUM (AWR2191LUM - Land Rover Finisher-sunroof)"

& this part is available for £61.10 inc VAT https://parts.jaguarlandroverclassic.com/awr2191lum-finisher-sunroof.html

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But it also says Out f Stock. But the one thing with JLR is that if you click the Notify me button, they will get stock in as you are showing there is demand.

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I think the pic is from a D2 or something else, see the inner retractable curtains the P38 does not have.
I am also interested in this, my refurbish did not include the surround and it is noticeably different.

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This is my sunroof surround:

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The diagram that I posted could well be a Discovery 2 sunroof, I can't remember where I found it, only that it is a Jaguar Landrover image. I agree with Richard about JLR, they will usually get back to you if an item becomes available, even if it takes several months. They did this for me when I was looking for a new drivers side door handle, complete with original key barrel, and after two months or so I got an email to say that they had one in stock. Mind you, this was just before Covid so I don't know how things are now.

I still think that 3D printing may be the only way of getting a new one, unless a breaker has one. Unfortunately, I have found that breakers don't tend to remove carefully and keep small, NLA, plastic fittings, they always seem to yank them off with a hammer or something, assumimg no-one would ever want the small, breakable bits. Really disappointing.

Pierre3.

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Cool, never seen that before … does anyone know the part number?

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It is indeed from D2 ... EGP100290LUM

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The diagram above is definitely a D2 sunroof, as mine has the retractable blinds shown, The D2 doesn't have the shutter type setup that the p38 does with a fabric finish, its a pair of perforated black roller blinds.

The surround looks the same, I can't remember if mine has the finisher on it or not. It may have been lost before me, or in the 3 years that the headliner wasn't installed in it as well, though I think someone had been trying to fix both the dodgy sunroof setups on it prior to me (not particually well fixed at that either)

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I got the samples for the finisher material, which don't look satisfying :-( BUT I ordered some of the clips from a breaker in UK, will report if they fit (my purpose), when they arrive in Germany.

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KCR, when you say the "finisher material" are you refering to the push-on trim surround that holds the roof panel to the sunroof opening ? I know that I would have been able to buy a new one in Lightstone, two years ago. It just so happened that I was able to clean the surround with some soap and water, very gently, and it has been perfect.

I'm not sure if there is supposed to be a finishing clip fitted between the ends of the surround, but it looks much better with it than without it.

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I am also going to look for this clip, absolutely.
I have access to a friend with a scanner and 3D printer, in case I find a part to use as basis.

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Jansen LR parts in the Netherlands have some of the clips in stock, both used and new …

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My German friend, the Jansen site is quite comprenhensive, but did not find anything. Will search more careful in the future.