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Q: How do I customize the Easy Exit Driver Seat?

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How do I customize the Easy Exit Driver Seat?

A: When turned on, the Easy Exit Driver Seat f...

When turned on, the Easy Exit Driver Seat feature automatically moves your seat back when you turn off the ignition and open the driver door. This makes it easier for you to exit the vehicle. To turn on or turn off the Easy Exit Driver Seat feature, follow these steps: 1. Turn on the infotainment system. 2. Press the CONFIG button to select the Configuration settings menu. 3. Rotate the MENU/SELECT knob to Vehicle Settings, then press the knob to select 4. Rotate the MENU/SELECT knob to Comfort and Convenience, then press the knob to select. 5. Rotate the MENU/SELECT knob to Easy Exit Driver Seat, then press the knob to select. 6. Use the MENU/SELECT knob to choose On or Off.

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