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

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How do I remove the head restraints?

If necessary, the head restraints can be easily removed. To do so, simply lift up on a restraint to adjust it to the highest position. Then, press and hold the button at the base of the restraint, and pull up on the restraint to remove it from the seat.

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