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Sep 6, 2008 - So I've searched and I've tried to yank the rear headrests out like what I'm reading and I ... Bimmerforums - The Ultimate BMW Forum - Powered by vBulletin... 3 series & 4 Series (E21, E30, E36, E46, E9x, F30, F32, F33, F44).
Some vehicles have a tiny push button or lever under the headrest where you can hardly see it (for release of the headrest.) If you look top and bottom all over the headrest you may find the release somewhere on yours.
God bless your efforts.
to replace that, you might want to just buy a whole new headrest, pull off the old one by holding the adjusments tabs until it comes out, then take the whole thing to part source and show them, they can get you another one or your dealership, then put it back in the exact opposite way you took it out. problem solved.
1.Lift headrest and headrest support bars trim all the way up. 2.Insert tongue depressor (or slim jim) down the front side of the headrest bar.Push depressor down as far as possible.When the depressor is beneath the headrest trim piece, push headrest all of the way down. 3. Lift headrest to remove.
hi normally you can do this by...pulling the headrest top its maximum height , at the bottom you should see two black plastic rings, on either side of these rings are little partitions push these inward and pull the headrest at the same it can be a bit awkward but if you do one side at a time or get someone to pull the headrest while you push the clips in can be very helpfull...hope this helps please vote thanks
I've removed the headrest on my mustang before. Some seats have a zipper or a way to snap the seat cover at the bottom rear. If you open it you can put your arm up the back of the seat. With the headresat down you can feel the locking piece that retracts when you lift the headrest. If you take a long shaft flat blade screwdriver and place it in between and lift up the headrest it will slide out. Yes, getting the screwdriver in place can be tricky but, it was the only way to remove the headrest without having the correct tool. I hope this can work on your vehicle as well.