How to Remove a Tahoe Headrestby Leonardo R. Grabkowski
All headrests in the Chevrolet Tahoe are removable, no matter what model-year you have. A common complaint is the second or third-row seating "blind spot" caused by the headrests. if this affects you, it is possible to remove the headrests without modifying your Tahoe.
Raise the headrest. If your Tahoe is a 1999 to 2006 model, simply lift the headrest to raise it to the highest position. If your Tahoe is a 2007 to 2010 model, push the button on the side of the headrest (front seats only) and lift to raise it.
Insert a pick-tool (you can also use a straightened paper clip) into the headrest release pin. The release pin is located inside a small hole at the base of the headrest.
Remove the headrest. With the release pin depressed, the headrest comes off with ease.
- You do not need a pick-tool to reinstall the headrest; simply push the headrest arms back into the mount; they will lock automatically.
Things You'll Need
- Pick-tool or paper clip
- Although the front headrests are removable as well, Chevrolet does not recommend driving without them because they can provide protection in the event of an accident.
Leonardo R. Grabkowski has been writing professionally for more than four years. Grabkowski attended college in Oregon. He builds websites on the side and has a slight obsession with Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress.