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can anyone tell me if the centre headrest in the second row seats can be removed. It would make it a whole lot easier to see out of the back window
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can anyone tell me if the centre headrest in the second row seats can be removed. It would make it a whole lot easier to see out of the back window
We don't have the center headrest here in the US. IIRC this was discussed and it was determined that it could not be removed.

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can anyone tell me if the centre headrest in the second row seats can be removed. It would make it a whole lot easier to see out of the back window
did you find the instructions to remove the other headrests? If not, try it on the center seat and let us know if it works......


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The front seats have the plastic shroud with a button to release the headrest but the centre row seat doesnt have them. Also the centre row head rest can't be raised.
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i'd like just take the backs off seat and see if they can be unbolted. the kids don't need them, they are still only 3' tall.
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Here you can remove the seat, should make it easier to remove the back....or remove the center seat





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hi cico7, Thats brilliant do you know where I can obtain a workshop manual with diagrams like those. In Australia technical info on the Commander is really hard to find
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