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ya, what he/she says. After you remove the rear panel on the seat, there's a horizontal bar up top that has two plastic pieces that the metal rods slide through, applying pressure to hold the head restraint in place. And he/she's right, the rods are probably rusty & won't pull through. You could try sanding them & maybe blasting them w/ lubricant.

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Tony,

Only on the stock '75 and '76 2002's, the side button to push in to adjust headrest height. On the '74, the headrest posts are further apart as well; for those with stock '75/'76 seats, it's good to lube every now and then the headrest adjuster mechanisms, keeps the button working well when adjusting.

Tim.

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