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Q: How do I remove and reinstall the head restraints?

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How do I remove and reinstall the head restraints?

For your comfort, your truck comes with adjustable head restraints. These head restraints can be easily removed and reinstalled. To remove and reinstall the head restraints.

  1. Pull up on the head restraint until it cannot go any further.

  2. Hold both the adjust/release button and the unlock/remove button while pulling up on the head restraint to remove it.

  3. Place the two head restraint stems into the guide sleeve collars.

  4. Push the head restraint down.

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