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Q: How do I store a memory seat position?

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How do I store a memory seat position?

A: If equipped, your driver seat can store two...

If equipped, your driver seat can store two positions. That way you don’t have to adjust each seat position when you get in the car. Instead, you can press a memory button, and the seat will automatically adjust to your preferred preferences. Here’s how you set a memory position for the driver seat: 1. Adjust your seat in each way until it is exactly how you like it. 2. Adjust the side mirrors, which are also programmed in the memory position. 3. Locate the memory buttons, which are on the outboard side of the seat. 4. Simultaneously press the MEM and the 1 buttons until you hear the system beep. The first memory seat is now programmed. To program the second position, repeat the steps, but use the 2 button.

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