Silly question? on my LTX 2010 the head rests look like they may be able to be pushed down a bit more but I cannot get them to shift as my Son said they are an obstruction from while sitting in the back of the car any advice or just take them out
For a head rest to do it's safety job, the top of the head rest needs to be level with the top of the driver's ears. He,s in the back, he's not driving, he can look out the side windows, that's what their for, or sit in the middle in the back.
I'm trying to get a headrest with a DVD player screen in it. I'm having trouble finding the right colour. (the seats are a dark gray). Also I can't seem to find any with 10mm diameter poles. Am I right in thinking that only a 10mm diameter pole will fit in the seats?
Nothing shown on Chevrolet Accessories head restwith built-in screen, however Chevrolet do show separate head rest stem mount DVD player (part nX0349992 fortwo) for just under £700. Might be advantage to have separate mount because angle of viewing probably easier to adjust, also you can remove later if/when sell the vehicle.
If you insist on headrest withbuilt-inscreen then persistent search with many of the auto/entertainment accessory firms may locate what you wantin right colour.
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