Seat Cover Installation Instructions

Note: These instructions are general guidelines for the installation of sheepskin seat covers. Due to the wide variety of seat styles, actual installation steps may vary.

Step 1

Lowback seats with removable headrests - Remove headrest completely from seat 

Lowback seats with non-removable headrests - Your seat cover will have a velcro strip that must be pulled apart and slipped over headrest

Highback seats with integrated headrests - The seat cover will slip over the whole seat

 

Step 2

Recline the backrest portion of your seat, fitting cap over top of seat.

Step 3

Take the three straps in center seam of seat cover and pull them (tugging hard) through the break between the seat and backrest. If seat does not allow for center break strap to be pulled through, cut that strap off.

Step 4

Take the front corners of seat cover (in sitting position) and turn them inside out and place them on the seat corners. Keeping seam of seat cover lined up with seam of vehicle's seat, turn (fold) cover back to normal by working your way to center of seat from either corner.

Step 5

Bring backrest upright and tuck in all excess sheepskin into break of seat. (If seat is designed with bottom molding, tuck in excess side skirts of seat cover inside plastic molding).

Step 6

Take shorter center strap and attach to any portion under the seat. Attach metal hooks on long outside straps (one at a time) to hole in white fitting rod provided. Pull rod through under seat to the front.

Step 7

Unclip hooks from fitting rod and connect to 'D' rings located on the front of the seat cover. If 'D' rings are not present, attach elsewhere, avoiding electrical wires.

Step 8

Take remaining straps found on side panels of upper half and lower half of cover and fasten to any attachment under seat. Do not attach to electrical wires.

Step 9

For lowback seats only (seats with an adjustable headrest). You should now have a snug fit and be ready to replace headrests. After locating position of headrest shafts, use a sharp instrument to pierce cover, cutting a small slit from front to back and side to side. Insert headrest poles through cover and into the headrest shafts.