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Removing ferrari car seat cover to wash

I would like to remove the cover so that I can wash it. Does anyone know how or whether it is possible to remove it

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Do not remove it unless you have the skills to remove the dozens of clips that hold the cover to the seat frame. BAD IDEA.

Posted on Oct 31, 2012

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    mwawinyirend Oct 31, 2012

    I think I forgot to mention that its a baby car seat. It looks like this one here "https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSXkn6JtPxz_6Fq4Npn6rkPKp4GtoGj9OyX2VEhlmNA2mSm2G2D". I managed to get the booster seat cover. I cant remove the headrest though, to get the rest of the cover off. I have just given up. Will do a hand wash.

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Look at the top of ur seat, between the two shafts of ur headrest. Beside one of the posts is a black plastic base on which one side has a button u push. That allows u to remove the headrest. U might have to jimmy side to side a bit as they are somewhat hard to remove at times, just do so with ur finger pushing the release mechanism.

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Most volvo headrest can be removed by releasing the catches which are on the back of the headrest on some models and on the front on others I believe on 960 they are on the back. To release the seat on a 960 look where the shafts should be then follow it down on the back where the seat back top stops then goes in press around that area you should be able to find the catch there pull up on the headrest while releasing the catch you have to do this on both sides. The headrest should come off this also works on 740 and 760 series the volvo 780 is a different story the only way to get the headrest off on that is to disassemble the seat

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SOURCE: Need to remove head rest to put on seat covers

I looked into new headrest for my 2005 Grand Cherokee with the monitors installed in them. I had mine off but couldn't remember how i did it. But I got the instuctions from the the company with the new headrest and they linked me to a video online. The company was on ebay. I remember that it was really simple

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SOURCE: how to remove backseat backrest to change seat cover from 05 f150

u have to start by taking the bottoms out. then the back there should be two bolt to take out and it slides up and pulls off

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