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Q: How do I program a memory feature?

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How do I program a memory feature?

The memory feature allows you to program certain settings into your transmitter, so that your ideal driving settings will be adjusted for you when you unlock the car. To program a memory, follow these easy steps: 1. Enter your vehicle. 2. Adjust the driver seat, the foot pedals, and the power side view mirrors to your ideal position. 3. Press and hold the number on the transmitter that you wish to set. After about two seconds, a tone will sound, but keep holding. After about five seconds, a tone will sound for a second time, at which point you can release the button. 4. Within three seconds, press the Lock button. 5. Wait 10 seconds. 6. Press the Unlock button.

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