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How do I remove an armrest on a 1984 Ford Bronco?

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Pull the armrest vertically up. There is a slot in the armrest and a pin on the frame. You have to match these to pull the armrest off. Without a zipper it's a little more challenging. Some armrest have a little screw that keeps the armrest on the frame. The older models usually worked with the slot and pin.

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