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Memory seats

Discussion in 'Electrics, Vacuum, Ignition and ECU' started by The Pan Man, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. The Pan Man

    The Pan Man Senior Member

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    Can anyone answer this? Which way to programme and store the memory function. M + 1,2 or 3? or 1,2 or 3 + M? I know that you have to set it up but I can't seem to get it right.

    When the comfort access has been used I can't seem to get the seats back into position unless I use the buttons manually. I must be doing it in the wrong order or not holding the buttons long enough, is what I think, but I'm sure someone will know the answer.
     
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    M then the number. When you press the number the seat should move to the position stored for that number.
     
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    television Always remembered RIP

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    As above, by pressing the memory button it releases the memory, you can set the car up in 3 different ways, by setting the seat to one position, then press 1 for a few seconds, alter the adjustment to give you an alternative driving position and press 2 and so on.

    If you have another key, you can set that key up with the 3 settings, fine if someone else drives the car and they have their own key
     
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    How about to store the setings? Is it the same M + number?
     
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    You just push M to open the memory, then any number stores it automatically
     
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    Thanks Malcolm

    Thanks Malcolm, I will have a play tomorrow to try and sort it out in the car and my head.
     
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    Worth bearing in mind is that when you want the seat etc to move to position '1', you have to press AND HOLD the '1' button uintil it has finished moving everything into the set positions.

    If you press and then let go, stuff will jerk into life and then stop where they are as you release the button.

    It is not a one-touch operation.

    When setting, you have to press 'M', release it, and then press one of the numbers within 3 seconds of releasing the 'M'.

    HTH


    P.S. It's also worth RFTM! ;)
     
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    I did RTFM but not plain English as most things MB when it comes to instructions. Thanks
     

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