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How do I remove the 3rd row headrests from a 2007 Jeep Commander?

The first and second row headrests are not the same as the third row. The 3rd row headrests seem to be welded or bolted into the mechanism in a different way than the normal headrests like the 1st and 2nd row, which are easy to remove

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Their held in with a snap ring or look at where they mount to the seat. If you see screws/bolts, take them out. If not you will have to pry/pop them out.

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Bolting it in a third row seat? that'd be fairly easy...just need something solid to anchor it to (like a thick piece of metal) on the underside to put the bolt through. do the same with seat [lap] belts and that should solve any law issues (actually some states i believe don't "require" rear seat passengers to be belted in, but I'd strongly suggest it for the kids safety!)...my big question is where are you finding enough room for a 3rd row seat? wranglers aren't exactly loaded on space...

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Reboot system by disconnecting negative terminal on Battery, with ignition Key on and engine not running, remove terminal for more than two minutes and connect it back, it will spark a little do not panic, and try it again

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SOURCE: 2007 Jeep Commander will not start

Check the battery cables, then go to the starter relay, then the starter, (If the lights are bright when you turn them on)

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Well, something is broken. I suggest that you get it on a lift, and listen with a Stethoscope and be sure the noise is in the tranny. There is not usually anything good that comes from a noise like you describe. A broken tooth on a gear damages the mating gear and those parts add up fast.

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