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General installation of Low Back Bucket Seat Covers with adjustable head rests.

1- Remove headrests from seats  (Note: if headrests move up and down they are removable) . Head rest removal will vary depending upon your model. Some can be removed by using the end of a paper-clip and pushing into the plastic grommet located on the top of the seat surrounding the tubular posts of the headrest.



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Some models have obvious buttons to release the headrest and on other vehicles you may need to twist the base in the directions of the arrows for removal.

 

2-Lay front bucket seat covers out flat with fabric facing ground 

Open round end of installation hooks and attach one  hook  to each elastic. 

Slip back part of seat cover  (the part that looks like a pillow case) over backrest  of seat.


 

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3- Pass elastic loops with hooks already attached through seat crevice, Attach open end of hooks under seat to bars, metal or springs or opposite elastic of seat cover. (Do not attach to electrical wiring if you have it) 

NOTE: You may need to work elastics with hooks under a plastic base on the sides of your seat with a butter knife. Attach the open end of hooks again under the seat 



4-Do the same with the front 2 elastics by bringing the elastics under the seat and towards the back. Again hook to metal holes, springs or bars. (If you have a newer car there may be a thin fabric film on the bottom of the seat just go through it to bars.)

 

5- After your covers are installed cut 2  X's in the top of your cover (not in the seam) and reinstall your headrests and cover with the separate headrest covers. The points to the cut X’s should tuck nicely in your headrest holes.

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IMPORTANT: Make your cut X’s very SMALL


Note: Make sure your fit is acceptable and buckets are installed correctly before cutting X’s. We cannot accept returns on altered seat covers.







General installation of High Back bucket seat covers with or without adjustable head rests.

1-Lay front bucket seat covers out flat with fabric facing ground 

Open round end of installation hooks and attach one  hook  to each elastic.

2-Slip the seat cover on completely covering the entire cushion and backrest. This cover can also be used by going over the adjustable head rests and covering them as a one unit high back. Make sure cover is aligned before securing any attachments.


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3-Pass elastic loops with hooks already attached through seat crevice, Attach open end of hooks under seat to bars, metal or springs or opposite elastic of seat cover. (Do not attach to electrical wiring if you have it) 

NOTE: You may need to work elastics with hooks under a plastic base on the sides of your seat with a butter knife. Attach the open end of hooks again under the seat


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4-Do the same with the front 2 elastics by bringing the elastics under the seat and towards the back. Again hook to metal holes, springs or bars. (If you have a newer car there may be a thin fabric film on the bottom of the seat just go through it to bars.)

 



 Bench installation: 


You will need access to behind the seat and under the seat for proper rear bench installation.  If you have headrests please remove before installation. 

1- Lay seat covers out and attach round end of hooks supplied to elastics. 

2- Smaller piece will wrap the seat area of the rear bench. The larger piece will wrap the backrest area of rear bench. 

3- Like front buckets attach open end of hook to bars or springs under bottom part of seat or to opposite elastics on seat cover. 

4- Re-install head rests following directions in #5 of low back instructions if you have them.


Note: If you do not have access to behind and below your rear bench it will need to be removed for installation of your bench seat cover. Always remove the seat area before the back part of the seat.


Caution: A sudden release of the hook attached to fastening straps can cause serious eye damage. Look for the hook up spot and then move your head away from the line of sight when pulling and attaching straps. 


 

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