The headrests are easy to understand, but can be a little tricky and might require a helping hand from a friend. The bottoms of the headrests are connected with zippers and plastic clips. First, take the plastic clips off. You don’t have to re-use the plastic clips, so you can break them off. They are typically impossible to remove with breaking them. Unzip the zipper and roll the headrest cover back to reveal the foam. To install the Leatherseats.com leather, start with it inside out, and line up the seams to the edges of the foam. Then roll the cover down, and zip the zipper. Make sure you tuck the zippers inside the covers. If you have difficulty rolling the covers over the foam, you can wrap the foam in a plastic bag, and using a “shop vac” compress the foam to make it easier to cover the headrest. Slide the headrest into the re-upholstered seat, and you’re finished with the front seat! The last step for the front seats requires you to cut some holes for the headrest posts to slide back down into the foam. It is very important that you make sure you are happy with the fitment of the whole seat and that everything meets your expectations before cutting. Up to this point, everything you have done has been reversible, but cutting holes are an irreversible step and if done improperly can ruin in the interior. However, as grave as this sounds, the cutting of these holes is not very difficult because you should be able to feel exactly where you need to cut.