Yes this is a common minor issue with these headrest. where the little button at the bottom is you should be able to just hold that in and slowly liftup on the headrest and it should come out with ease. if this does not work you have only one more option and that is to gently remove the seat cover its self from the seat foams all the wayup to the headrest holes ( NOW if it is orig fab/leather or vynil you will have to be EXTREMELY CAREFUL not to destroy your seat covers in the process of this. i recomend in this case you take it to a professional if that is not the case keep reading) if it is orig vynil you will need a blow dryer to loosin the vynils grip on the foams if it is fabric it is just going to take a little bit more time to wiggle it off of there! then when you have all of that off in the location of the headrest you should be able to push the headrest up thru the orig holes . that is what i know . i hope this helps you out without damage to your very sweet RR
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Diana, If all else fails pop into a garage and they can show the procedure. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Sep 6, 2008 - So I've searched and I've tried to yank the rear headrests out like what I'm reading and I ... Bimmerforums - The Ultimate BMW Forum - Powered by vBulletin... 3 series & 4 Series (E21, E30, E36, E46, E9x, F30, F32, F33, F44).
Codes p1537 and p 1538 are codes for a faulty IMRC valve. They are located on the lower intake manifold.
Intake Manifold Runner Control (IMRC), Vacuum Control
Remove E-clip retaining vacuum control linkage to lever/shaft assembly.
Remove adjustment screw from the vacuum control (9S514) and bracket.
Remove two bolts retaining vacuum control and bracket to IMRC housing assembly.
Disconnect linkage from the lever/shaft assembly and remove vacuum control .
To install vacuum control and bracket assembly, reverse Removal procedure. Tighten retaining bolts to 8-11 Nm (71-97 lb-in). Adjust vacuum control as described.
Intake Manifold Runner Control (IMRC)
As for the misfire codes, Check out the upper and lower intake gaskets. Since you have to take the upper intake off for the imrc valves its just a few more bolts to remove the lower intake. The intake gaskets are rubber seals. When the engine is cold the seals shrink and causes a misfire. when the engine warms up the seals expand and the misfire goes away.
Jaguar 2000-06 - Locks & Lock Systems Power Door Locks - Removal & Installation
Door Lock Switch Door Lock Diagnosis & Testing
Visually inspect the following:
Misaligned door(s), hood or luggage compartment lid
Exterior door handle
Interior door handle
Door lock cylinder
Luggage compartment lid exterior release switch
Door lock actuator
Remote transmitter batteries
Door lock switch
Front electronic module
If an obvious cause for an observed or reported concern is found,
correct the cause (if possible) before proceeding to the next step.
Door Lock Motor Coupe And Convertible
Turn ignition key to position II.
Motor door glass to fully raised position.
Turn ignition key to position O.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove door casing for access.
Remove door water shedder.
Position PVC secondary water shedder for access.
Slacken and remove the door glass rear runner lower securing screws.
Reposition door glass rear runner. Mark the position of the glass rear runner upper securing screw.
Slacken and remove the upper securing screw and move the runner away from the glass.
Disconnect door handle and lock barrel (driver door only) operating rods from latch links.
Slacken and remove the three latch assembly securing screws and position latch for access.
Remove latch motor harness multiplug from mounting bracket and disconnect multiplug.
Release operating cable from door handle. Move inner door handle
to the locked position. Remove operating cable outer abutment from
support bracket. Disconnect cable inner from door inner handle.
Remove lock motor assembly from door.
To install, reverse removal procedure.
Fig. Removing door lock actuator
Remove the door window glass
Detach the interior door handle.
Detach the actuator remote cable from the interior door handle.
Remove the interior door handle.
Detach the door window glass run.
Remove the exterior door handle retaining screws.
Remove the front door actuator retaining screws.
Reposition the front door actuator and exterior handle.
Remove the front door actuator and exterior handle.
Disconnect the front door actuator remote cable.
Detach the door lock cylinder connecting rod (1).
Detach the exterior door handle connecting rod (2).
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
The lower ball joint is integral to the lower control assembly and cannot be serviced individually. Any movement of the lower ball joint detected as a result of inspection requires replacement of the lower control arm assembly.
Raise and safely support the vehicle.
Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
Remove the nut and bolt securing the ball joint to the steering knuckle.
Remove the nut and bolt securing the control arm to the vehicle sub frame.
Install the control arm assembly to the vehicle sub-frame using the nut and bolt. Tighten the nut to 69-86 ft. lbs. (93-117 Nm).
Install the lower ball joint into the steering knuckle and secure it with the nut and bolt. Tighten the nut to 32-43 ft. lbs. (43-59 Nm).
Install the wheel and tire assembly and lower the vehicle.
When you pull up the headrest you can take a small screw driver and go down the headrest post until you feel a notch.Carefully run the tip of the driver into the notch and one side will unclip. Hold that up and do the other post and the headrest will come out.The notch is about 1/2 inch down the post and the notchs are on the same side of the post in both locations. e.g. if the notch on 1 post is on the outside then it will be on the inside of the other post.
Good luck. Fairly easy but be patent. I have done hundreds of them.
Usea small flat screwdriverand run down along side the inside of the headrest rod. You will unclip 1 side and the rod will release. Do the same on the other and the headrest will come off. When you want to put back on just install and push down. Follow same procedure when you want to remove again. It is a little touchy but as soom as you remove 1 you will become a expert. I have done hundreds of those in the past couple years.