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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The headrest is hold by the two bars of the middle. The bars are engaged in two plastic guides fitted in the seat frame. The bars are locked by two little springs located in theses guides. They are very difficult to remove under the seat foam. The solution I used is a hammer (quite heavy) with a T bar from a sockets set . The diameter was exactly the same as the inner diameter of the plastic guide . Then I inserted this bar at the bottom end of the plastic guides and I hit the bottom of the mettalic bars with these tools and I managed. After the inspection, the springs were bended and I had to give the former shape they had before the removal.
Good luck ( sorry for my poor english but I'm french!)
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
I looked into new headrest for my 2005 Grand Cherokee with the monitors installed in them. I had mine off but couldn't remember how i did it. But I got the instuctions from the the company with the new headrest and they linked me to a video online. The company was on ebay. I remember that it was really simple
Posted on May 04, 2009
Electric or manual??? If electric one of the motors has gone out. If the kids were playing with it they may have held the button down causing the motor to spin while the seat was all the way foward and it will just burn the motor up after so long. Also the switch could be bad. Unfortunatley being that its power there is no way to manually move the seat back without the motor turning or removing the seat and spinning the motor sprocket by hand...
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
There should be tiny holes in the plastic covers at the base of the chrome rods attached to the headrest use a paper clip and push it in the holes as you pull on the headrest in the full up postion.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
There should either be a little button at the base of the headrest that you push, or a small hole in the rod part, with a hole in it. Push in the hole with a pen, or a small nail to release the headrest.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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