How do I remove the headrests and front seat backs on a 2009 Suzuki XL 7?

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Asked by Mar 06, 2010 at 10:23 AM about the 2009 Suzuki XL-7 Luxury AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The headrests go up only so far when pressing on the buttons, then will not come completly out.  On the seat backs, particularly the passenger side, I have removed the screws, but the plastic cover still will not budge.  I need to run some wires, and need to remove it.  Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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75

I have an 08 and will be doing this install soon. Will get back to you soon...

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190

I figured it out. If anyone need advice, let me know!

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How do you remove the head rests on the suzuki xl7

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190

Only the third row seats' headrests are removable. The others, unfortunately, are not.

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Hi David. Did you ever find a way to remove those front headrests? It would make my video screens alot easier to install. Thanks!

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Hi, I am interested in learning how. I have a '08 XL7 luxury and would like to install headrest monitors. Any help appreciated. Thanks

75

Yes I do know how to do this install. I have a car I am working on right now, but can get some info up here if it is needed.

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If you can, text or video will be a huge help. I ordered headrests from onfair and the color match is perfect but not being able to remove the headrests is a bummer. Thanks

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Hi. There is a small hole on the outside of the plastic case that houses the post. Put a paperclip in the hole, and pull the headrest all the way out. Hope that helps!

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75

Yes or you can pull that clip off to access it as well. the passenger side back panel needs to be lifted straight up to remove it from the seat.

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Works, thanks very much. Any ideas on the best way to power the units, take power from the back of the rear cigarette lighter or go straight to the fuse panel?

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unfortunately this part could be difficult depending on a few things. first does the units you are putting in require constant and switched power or just constant. These will be marked as 12 V + and 12 V + Ignition. All GM vehicles of this model year do not have a switched power source present. So if you need a 12 V + Ignition source you will have to make it switched yourself with a toggle switch off of a constant power source. Unless you have an aftermarket radio, which requires a wire harness to hook it up. If that is the case run the switched power off the red wire (with a relay) in the *aftermarket wire harness. *if you do not have an aftermarket wire harness in this vehicle do NOT hook up to any regular red wire.

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