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

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How do I remove the head restraints?

Both front head restraints, as well as the rear center head restraint, can be removed. Removing the restraints is very easy: 1. Lift the head restraint directly up until it is set to the highest setting. 2. Press and hold the release button, which is located at the base of the head restraint’s legs. 3. While holding the release, pull the head restraint up to remove it.

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