Question about Roadview RHM-7.0 Universal Replacement Headrest 7 Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor with Built-In DVD Player and Zipper Cover
We removed the road view headrests from one car, and are wanting to install them into our SUV.
Headrests slots are different in many vehicles. You can take the slots out of your other car & install them into the SUV bit it is a pain to do. Most are sewed in. Take small edged knife with thin blade, cut down the side of the slot,close to metal so to cut the stiches holding it in place. Some use Glue. Then take out other slots from headrest in SUV, same way. If glued,thats good,just glue your set to use back in. If stiched,just buy Auto Uphostery Glue & use that. Will work. Good Luck,not easy task.
Posted on May 17, 2014
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