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Q: How do I remove a rear head restraint?

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How do I remove a rear head restraint?

A: The rear outboard head restraints can be re...

The rear outboard head restraints can be removed. To do so, first fold the restraint down by pulling on the fold strap. Then press both Release buttons on the base of the restraint, and pull the restraint straight up.

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