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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Removing and installing head restraint guide

  Note
2 commercially available screwdrivers with a blade height of 0.4 mm and a blade width of 8 mm are required for removal.
   
Removing
–  Remove rear head restraint → Chapter.
–  Push backrest cover and backrest padding -1- slightly downwards at outer sides.
–  Insert a screwdriver on both sides of head restraint guide -3- into backrest up to locking lugs -arrows-.
  Note
Position the 2 screwdrivers next to the locking lugs so that the flat side of the blade rests against the locking lugs.
–  Turn both screwdrivers by 90° to release locking lugs of head restraint guide.
–  Use a third screwdriver to carefully lever head restraint guide -2- out of backrest.
Installing
Installation is carried out in reverse order.
Specified torques
  → Chapter „Assembly overview - rear seat backrest“
 

Removing and installing head restraint guide

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