Question about 1981 Ford Escort
Hello,yes there is a 'button' on the bottom outer edge,that you simply press in[sometimes need to exert a bit more force] and keeping that pressed in,you then slide the whole head rest out. hope this helps, cheers
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The headrest has on obvious button to adjust the height and another button kinda hidden to remove the headrest. The black plastic ring at the base where the metal poles insert into the seat is where the two buttons. You probably noticed the obvious on that sticks out of the side of one of the rings. The other plastic ring contains a similar button that is not noticeable due to it being flush with the side of the plastic ring. Adjust the headrest to its highest position, then locate the "hidden" button on the other plastic ring and depress it while lifting on the headrest and it should come out.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: how can I remove the headrest
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.
Posted on May 13, 2009
Check fluid level in radiator, thermostat might be stuck, or vaccum control to close heater core flow of hot liquid, may be stuck shut.
You may have controls on dash set to cool, not hot.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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