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    Rear headrests

    Does anyone know how to remove the rear headrests?
    Child's car seat doesn't sit right with it in, but can't seem to get it out!
    Just taken delivery of my Glacier White S-Line Sportback

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    Quote Originally Posted by martyboy View Post
    Does anyone know how to remove the rear headrests?
    Child's car seat doesn't sit right with it in, but can't seem to get it out!
    You need to use a flat head screwdriver as well as pressing the button and pulling the headrest up
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    Thanks Andy!
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    I discovered this myself the other day.

    I wonder why they did it this way, it is annoying. I frequently remove the child seat and replace the head rest.

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    Does just pulling the headrest all the way up not get it out the way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cemerson View Post
    Does just pulling the headrest all the way up not get it out the way?
    Nope!
    Just taken delivery of my Glacier White S-Line Sportback

 

 

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