I removed mine on 2014 Equinox. It really takes two people. One to insert end of paper clip in tiny holes at base. There's one on each side. You are depressing a spring loaded latch. As you depress these another person lifts up on headrest. I hate the loss of visibility with them. But I did replace them just for the occasional rear seat passenger.
Rear head rests on our '17 are in fact removed, and those front ones with excessive front tilt (combined with the concrete seat cushions) just make for an uncomfortable drive. Rear vision is not that much better but at least the distraction is gone.
You can remove the 2018+ head rests up front at least, had to do so to take the tablet holders out that the dealer installed on our 2018 Premier... It's pretty tough, you can do it with one set of hands but, it helps to have a helper... There was a pretty good video on youtube that I followed to do the work, there is a retaining pair of retaining clips that needs to be removed from each headrest.
We are expecting our third child in May and are looking for any parents who have been able to do it. It's hard to get an adult to sit in with the two seats we have now. If you have been able to configure this, what car seats do you have?
Hello. I recently bought a used 2011 GMC Terrain, and looking for information regarding the 12V outlets (Cigarette lighter). I have two 2.1A USB charge adapters, and have tried placing them in all the outlets. They will charge my phone at max current of 1A. When I place these same USB...
Getting code P0010 on my 2010 Equinox 4cyl. Camshaft position actuator sensor. I'm at 80k miles so not completely shocking.
Occasional engine stalls/rough running, lack of power while accelerating (moreso than normal), and worse than normal mpg.
Has anyone replaced this sensor? I did a visual...
Can anybody confirm if there is a fuse in the panel?
Manual says slot #7 is supposed to be the Noise Cancellation - but when I checked the box - nothing was in the fuse slot
Can any of you confirm for me?
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