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Q: How do I remove the head restraints?

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How do I remove the head restraints?

A: If for some reason you wish to remove the h...

If for some reason you wish to remove the head restraints, then you will have to visit a dealer or a mechanic. Because the head restraints are an important safety feature in your seats, you cannot remove them yourself.

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