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Removal of Rear Seat Headrest

In order to get my daughters car seat to sit flat I need to remove the rear seat head rest. I pulled the little black plug out of one side expecting it to release, like it did on my wifes edge, it but it didn't work. What's the trick to these?

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there is a "paddle" on the other that you have to push in as well to completely remove the head rest


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are you talking about the button that you normally push to get it up and down? I tried that and it didn't seem to work even with the plug out

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Not sure if you ever figured out how to get the headrest off, but I did mine yesterday. Facing the seat, the right post has a button to raise and lower the headrest, once it is fully up, the left post has a small button that is flush with the plastic base. If you push that in with the tip of your finger or screwdriver etc. and push the right button while lifting the headrest, it comes right off. 3 hands would certainly help, but it's not that hard.
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you can pull the head rest up without pushing in the right button, but to remove the head rest you have to push in the flush button on the left side. just push it in while the head rest is in the top position and pull it out.

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