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1998 Mustang GT (Remove head rest)?

I need to put my seat covers on and I have to remove the head rest so I can unscrew the plastic seat belt holder thing, lol...

I couldn't find a button to take it off or anything...

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yes, theres two torx bolts holding it on


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I see the torx bolts but can't get them off with my wrench because the head rest is in the way...
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I just can't get the headrest to pop off... Anyone else have any ideas or ever try removing them?!
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i just used a 1/4 inch ratchet with a torx socket, worked fine..

iirc, i tilted the headrest forward to get more room

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Ended up using a wrench to hold the torx screw... I got it though, haha
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