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ooooopps posted twice!!

[ 15-07-2001: Message edited by: vauxmaster ]
 

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Jonny,

Why are u calling him a fool? U said "Its easy to fit them in the front".

He isn't asking that is he!! he wants to fit them in the back!!.

There is a how 2 page covering this in the technical section, not sure if it's up and running at the mo, but well worth a look!!

A local scrappy would be ur best bet or try:-www.dixonsvauxhallspares.co.uk

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Easy job.
1.) get headrests from local scrappy

2.) pop to vauxhall and order a set of mounts the same as the front seats.

3.) feel about the tops of your rear seats you should be able to feel the holes around the middle of the seat these were fitted into all vauxhall rear seats they are about 1 inch under the fabric so poke around quite hard.

4.) using a stanley knife make little holes in the seat fabric where the holes are, big enough for the mounts but dont over do it as your seats will rip.

5.) Cut the little plastic clips of the mounts with good old stan.

6.) Push a mount in each of the holes until they are right in flush against the seat (it may take quite a bit of force.

7.) fit headrest into mounts adjust height and live happily knowing that anyone in the back will be less likely to get whiplash in the event of a crash................. :D
 

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Thanks for info. Just one other thing- How do you get a colour match with upholstery- my car is a starmist with black and greyish interior.How common is this colour?
 
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