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Q: How do I change the seat to a stored memory position without the master key?

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How do I change the seat to a stored memory position without the master key?

If you’re not using the master key, you can still move the driver’s seat to one of the two positions stored in memory. It’s easy – just follow these steps:

  1. Put the car in park.

  2. Engage the parking brake.

  3. Press the button for the memory setting you want (1 or 2). Hold it until you hear a beep, and then let go.

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