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Q: How do I adjust the head restraints?

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How do I adjust the head restraints?

Your truck is equipped with adjustable head restraints. These head restraints were designed to optimize your comfort. To adjust the head restraints.

  1. Place the back of the seat where you would like to sit.

  2. Pull up on the head restraint to raise it.

  3. Hold down the glide sleeve to push the head restraint down.

  4. Pivot the head restraint forward until you get it where you want it.

  5. Pulling it all the way forward will release it to go backwards.

  6. Press the button on the side of the head restraint to fold it backwards, if your vehicle is equipped with this option.

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