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Removing rear headrest on 2001 Explorer

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by leatherseatdude, March 28, 2003.


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      leatherseatdude New Member

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      How do you remove the rear headrest? There is no release button common on other vehicles.
       
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      Luckily we figured it out. There is a release(sp?) pin that could be reached without removing the seatcover. Hurts the hand a little but is doable.
       

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