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Q: How do I adjust the headrests?

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How do I adjust the headrests?

A: All of your seats have headrests, which pro...

All of your seats have headrests, which provide comfort and protection for your head and neck. You can raise the height of a headrest by pulling it straight up to the desired position. To lower the headrest, press the Release button on the headrest support, and push the headrest down to the desired position. Tip The headrests should be adjusted such that the middle of the headrest is even with the top of the occupant’s eyes.

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