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Hi Kathryn, I'm glad to help! CAUTION: If you have "ACTIVE HEADREST" you will want to unhook the negative battery cable. NOTE: You'll also need to take the back of the seat cover off and unplug the connector going to the active headrest. Then simply push the release button on the side of the headrest and pull it upward and out of the seat. "HOWEVER" If you do not have the active headrest, then simply push the release and pull upward out of the seat. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Kathryn.

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SOURCE: service intervals on a 2007 dodge nitro

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Just Raise the arm up and rock it back and forth and it will come off if it does not come off on the first try use a little lubercating oil where the threaded shaft sticks out of the arm, contine wiggling till it comes loose. If you need more help let me know, this is the way to do it on most cars makes and modles.

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