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I bought a Coverking seat cover for my new 2017 Canyon and the cover is made for a bucket seat with a removable headrest but I don't see any way to remove the headrest - I can move it up and down by depressing the tab but it won't come all the way off - is there a way to remove the headrest on a 2017 Canyon??
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try this
 

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Strange, my '16 Colorado is exactly as shown in the video.
 
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aha! I didn't see that last night when I looked but I see it now - I must be getting old and my eyesight is starting to go bad :) Thanks

I will just add that I love my new Canyon!!! I traded in a 15 Colorado which I was having a lot of problems with and I think this is a much better pickup - it runs better, it rides better and it just plain looks better!!
 

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aha! I didn't see that last night when I looked but I see it now - I must be getting old and my eyesight is starting to go bad :) Thanks

I will just add that I love my new Canyon!!! I traded in a 15 Colorado which I was having a lot of problems with and I think this is a much better pickup - it runs better, it rides better and it just plain looks better!!
You realize they have the same motors and transmission and sit on the same chassis right.
 

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You realize they have the same motors and transmission and sit on the same chassis right.
Well you are part correct. OP stated he traded in a 2015, that has the LFX V6 and 6 Speed Trans. He now has a 2017 Canyon. That has a LGZ 3.6L V6 and 8 speed transmission. But yes, the chassis, suspension and other components are virtually identical.
 

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Was it the 2017 year or 2018 when they changed the motor I have a 2015 it's not the same exact engine as the 2018s have now
2017 was the first year for the LGZ and 8l45 in the twins.
 
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