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Old 03-01-2008, 04:30 PM
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How do I remove the headrest of my 2007 s80?

Old 09-14-2009, 12:03 AM
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hi ,

My experience is with an S80 99 but there is two press unlocks located in the back of the seat below the headrest and the shoulder area?
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Old 10-12-2009, 10:32 PM
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Geely has been given the red stamp of approval to go forth and buy Ford’s Volvo, Gasgoo reports. The permit was issued by China’s National Development and Reform Commission, which has to approve foreign acquisitions exceeding $100 million. Gasgoo says that Geely is “the only Chinese automaker that has won official confirmation on such deals.” A thinly veiled hint that the Hummer deal is still up in the air. Changan, Ford’s joint venture partner for Volvo in China, said it would not run for Volvo “because of unspecified conditions,” Gasgoo says. How much money will change hands?

The Wall Street Journal reported in mid-July that Geely was ready to submit an offer anticipated to be around $2 billion. Something must have gotten lost in translation: It wasn’t greenbacks. It was 2 billion red Maos, or Chinese Yuan, the usually reliable China Car Times reports. That comes out to a little less than $300 million.
A few days before the announcement, Geely’s Chairman Li Shufu bought 98 million shares of Hong Kong listed Geely for $129.36 million (US, not Hong Kong $). He now owns 51.54 percent of Geely.
Not so fast, says the wass street journal which hopefully has its facts and currency rates together this time. Citing a “knowledgeable person,” the WSJ has it that “Ford has decided to wait for General Motors Co. to wrap up its sale of Adam Opel GmbH unit, and is hoping to invite a loser in that two-way bidding race to bid for Volvo.”
The WSJ’s mystery source says that “three players” are bidding for Volvo: Geely, BAIC, and an unidentified European investment group. Deep throat says Ford expects BAIC to go after Volvo with greater vigor (and more money). Ford also hopes that whoever loses the Opel deal, Magna, RHJ (or both) come after Volvo.
Every seller likes a bidding war. Even if it’s just a wet dream. With Opel, the lucky buyer puts a few hundred million Euros on the table and receives billions of German government Euros, plus a sizable car company. With Volvo, it’s all cash, no government money and a much smaller car company.

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