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Cars / Trucks / Vans Category: Miscellaneous Informational Topics

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How to remove head restraints / headrests.

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If you find a need to remove your vehicle's head restraints/headrests, this may be tricky to do.  This is because in probably all vehicles, there are pins/clips located inside the narrow guide slots of the head restraints/headrests, the slots of which are housed in the vehicle's seats; these pins/clips are practically impossible to be reached with just hands.

Caution: If you are removing your vehicle's head restraints/headrests for the purpose of installing new seat covers, before you do anything, make sure that the installation of such new seat covers will not affect or otherwise compromise the operational ability of any airbags your vehicle may have, especially if side airbags are located on the sides of the seats; consult your owner's manual, vehicle dealer and even the vehicle manufacturer.  Also, be sure to reinstall your head restraints/headrests before any traveling in the vehicle since they are a vital component of your vehicle's safety features.

What you'll need to do in removing the head restraints/headrests is the following:

  1. Raise each head restraint to the maximum extent.

  2. If applicable, remove the plastic bands/collars off the posts of each head restraint.

  3. Using a very thin, yet sturdy, metal strip--if workable, a clothes hangar--press down on the internal pins found relatively deep within the slot of each head restraint--or, otherwise using long-nosed pliers, remove the clips (as applicable) found therein--and, as this is done, continue to pull on the head restraint until it actually comes off.

  4. Repeat the above for all your head restraints.

With a little confidence and a steady hand, you should be able to pull this off without a sweat.

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