I don't know where to get them, but, if your car didn't originally have headrests in the back seat then the clips or holders or whatever arn't there and I can't remember but you may be-able to get them from the dealership or you'll need a back rest that originally had head rests.
Otherwise you'll have to do a custom install, in which case the easiet thing to do is just get a set of front head rests (which are exactly the same as the rear headrests with different posts) and install them into the back seat somehow.
My car is kind of in storage for the winter but if you want I can post some pics of a front head rest looks like next to a rear head rest to see what makes them different....
If this is accurate for my year, I know it isn't sienna, but it seems to match more closely with the bamboo colors of the older years. I suppose it could be palomino and possibly may have darkened a little over the years.
I'm thinking of replacing the carpets and the driver seat and headrest covers. The seat is splitting in the seams and the headrest has what looks like cigarette burns on the back of it. The rest is in pretty decent shape.
There are holes in the tops of the rear seats for headrests and if I could find one, I'd also like to get the cargo cover. It has the fixtures for this also.
Has anyone ever changed a headliner in a 300TD? It doesn't look that difficult, but does look like it would be a bit tedious. I've changed headliners in old VW bugs and they are a real PITA. The Benz looks easier simply from the standpoint of having hooks to help hold it in place while you're tucking and gluing the edges.
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