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Old 09-04-2009, 10:30 PM   #1
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My 2002 SSE can memorize two seat positions. So I decided to create two positions so I could select one of them when I feel like it. The thing that bothers me is that when I switch from Position 1 to Position 2 - my CD starts playing the track that was playing at the time I switched from Pos. 1 to Pos.2. And vice versa.
Is this supposed to be this way? I thought that seat memory applies only to the seat positioning, not to the music settings.
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nope, it applies to music presets as well. If you were listening to 101.1 and then changed the seat pos. to #2 and last time you had the radio on 96.7 it would swap to 96.7 and start playing that. Or at least thats how it is in my car =)

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It effects the radio, the seats, and the comfort controls. It'* a feature to make the next driver as comfortable as possible
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It effects the radio, the seats, and the comfort controls. It'* a feature to make the next driver as comfortable as possible
Well, they surely didn't think that one driver would want two different seat positions. Sometimes simpler is better.
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Thats true, but if these cars were any simpler they wouldn't be called Bonneville
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and its Driver #1 and #2. Otherwise they wouldnt give u 2 diffrent remote key pads with 1 and 2 on the back. they would just give one generic one
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