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Old 09-19-2003, 12:38 PM
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Yes, the rear wagon headrests are locked in the upright position when the car is fitted with the third rear-facing seat. The headrests serve as head restraints for both, middle seat and rear-facing seat passengers.

The front and rear head rests are NOT interchangeable. They use different locking mechanisms and.

I guess the only way you will find a rear headrest that moves in an angle will be fitting the model from wagon that does not have the third seat.
A. Rosich
CL 500, 1998
S 500 L, 1998
E 320 T, 1995 [Sadly sold ]
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