Q: Q: How do I remove a head restraint?

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How do I remove a head restraint?

It’s very easy to remove a head restraint from the seat. To do so, first pull up on the restraint until it is in the highest position. Then press and hold the Release button at the base of the restraint, and lift the restraint out of the seat.

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