Yes. When you lift the sunroof glass into the up position, you will see the two rubber rippley covers, one on each side. They are conected to plastic rails which snap onto a metal chanel on the sunroof glass, and to the sunroof frame. Grab them from the front corner, holding onto the plastic rail, and pull. They will snap off. Do the same on the bottum as well. When you remove them, you will see the torx screws holding the sunroof glass to the lifting arms. Make a scratch mark around the metal bracket, that is attatched to the sunroof glass, which bolts to the lift arms by the torx. This will keep your sunroof aligned when you re install the sunroof glass. Once the sunroff glass is removed you can slide the inner cover all the way forward and remove it through the sunroff opening upward towards the sky. Be careful what type of glue you use to secure the material. A very runny type will bleed through. I hope this helps. I had just moved, so I am not set up to attatch picutres yet, most everything is in storage. If you have any more questions, let me know.