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Rear headrests are supposed to do that (archive)

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Posted by JFD on December 25, 1999 at 23:50:01:

In Reply to: '91 750 rear seat headrest memory posted by Scott Marzahl on December 25, 1999 at 22:07:59:

The rear seat headrest(s) should fully extend when the ignition is on and the respective rear seat buckle is fastened. They stay down when not buckled to enhance driver visibility to the rear. Once up, they are adjustable.

So it would appear that the one that does not automatically go up when buckled is the problem. Mine occasionally get stuck - a little push usually gets it going again.

JFD
1991 750iL

: The drivers side rear seat headrest memory is messed up. Evertime someone in that position buckels up, the headrest fully extends. Is there a memory module or something that causes this?

: Thanks,
: Scott




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