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2002 BMW 525i unable to adjust the passenger headrest.

The passenger headrest is stuck in the highest position. I haven't found a release button or a way to get the seat headrest to move. Any ideas? Not the original owner of the car.

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There actually powerised bud hit the up down button on the back of the seat adjust ment .... had same problem until i played with it

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Push the button down and give it a few light taps down on the head rest.. it might be stuck

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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