Originally Posted by SaleenFiend
damn that something must be a special tool from Ford
Or a coat hanger, or a flat piece of metal, or any number of things that would fit.
Here you go spec...from here: http://www.americanmuscle.com/cdc-li...ons-94-04.html
Lift headrest and headrest support bars trim all the way up.
Insert wood stick (or slim jim) down the front side of the headrest bar. Push stick down as far as possible . When the stick is beneath the headrest trim piece, and push headrest all of the way down.
Bend seat belt shoulder strap loop down so that the leg that attaches under headrest is flat
Remove seatbelt loop and torx bit.
With template shown below, center punch for new holes and mark for cut off.
Drill 1/8" Pilot holes
Drill 13/32" hole in plastic only (on topside only)
Drill 19/64" hole through remaining material
Cut off end on new cut off line mark
Clean off any burs and re-install
Here's another option which is like what I did on mine: http://www.americanmuscle.com/mustan...4-install.html
Now, the final task is to modify the seat belt loops, as they will damage the light bar’s finish if left stock. At this point, I deviated from the included instructions slightly. I did not have a suitable tool that worked to slide down into the seat to disengage the headrest. After raising the headrest as far as it would go, I was able to remove the outer screw with a T-25 Torx driver. For the inner screw, I used a T-25 Torx bit and a ¼ inch wrench to turn it. This procedure enabled me to remove the two screws that held the belt loop to the seat without the need to remove the headrest.