I have to attach a light to the roof of my 2018 Fusion. It has the moonroof so I do imagine there are already a number of wires in the roof and I must take down the headliner to run my wires. I'll try to show what parts have not been a problem and then where I'm stuck.
The center console came off with a bit of prying. No screws anywhere, just clips, some plastic and the 2 along the long edge each side were metal. There was a clip at each corner and one at each long side.
The hand holds above each door have Torx screws holding them. The screws are under plastic covers, 2 for each hand hold. Pry small plastic covers off with a flat blade screwdriver. Careful to pick up the small plastic covers that are going to be flying around right away or you will never see them again.
This is the steady rest for the visor when it is parked. Not a problem, Torx.
This is the rotating end of the visor and it is not held in place by a screw. There is a small plastic cover over the part shown above. What is not too clear in the photo is a metal clip that the plastic cover positions into. The metal part shown may pull out when compressed but I'm not sure. I've never seen this type of attachment before.
In many discussions about headliner problems drivers complain that the liner droops or sags. These buttons seem to be Ford's solution? They look like they are clips and will be easy to pull out? But I'm not sure.
I'd appreciate any insights into this effort to remove or at least get the left front corner of my headliner loose before I drill holes in the roof and possibly damage wires on my brand new car.