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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-04-2008, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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Front Seat Head Rest

I'm Can someone explain how to remove the lock adjusters that hold the headrest in. Do not know the exact word description for these items. I have a 2000 Trep ES. I am putting oem leather seat covers. If need be, I plan on removing the original covers so that I can put the new ones on a little easier. Thank you for any and all replies.
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Well one side has a small button you push and the other side will have a small hole, use some sort of pin to go into the hole and push, Then pull you headrests out.
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wait why would you want to remove original covers to put on an after market seat cover? Sorry but it seems like a stupid plan unless you are putting in factory seats covers.
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wait why would you want to remove original covers to put on an after market seat cover? Sorry but it seems like a stupid plan unless you are putting in factory seats covers.
lol it says right in his post that he is using oem covers.
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Thanks for the replies. What I'm trying to do is remove the unit ( the receiving part ) that has the push button and the pin hole on both seat. This way I can slip the OEM seat covers on without having to cut around the receiving part of the headrest. Any ideas? Thanks

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Thanks for the replies. What I'm trying to do is remove the unit ( the receiving part ) that has the push button and the pin hole on both seat. This way I can slip the OEM seat covers on without having to cut around the receiving part of the headrest. Any ideas? Thanks
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