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Q: How do I move the head restraints?

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How do I move the head restraints?

You may want to adjust the head restraint on a seat to make it more comfortable.

  1. To pull the restraints up, all you have to do is pull on it.

  2. To push the restraint back down, hold the Lock Release button which is on one side of the restraint. At the same time, push the head restraint down.

Tip

The center of the head restraint should be level with the tops of your ears.

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