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Old 08-11-2006, 06:01 PM   #11
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Interesting...we cannot for the life of us get our seat memories programmed ('01 SSEi). We did all the other personalizations on the DIC for our preferences but this one is the most important and it just won't remember it. With our proper key in and the car on (Driver 1 or 2), we get the seat how we want it and then hold the 1 or 2 button on the door until it beeps. You'd think this would program it but nope. What are we missing?

Long story short - Can someone please walk me through how to program the seat memory for Driver 1 and Driver 2?
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Is your car recognizing the difference between your keys? By that, I mean when you start the car, does the information center show 'Driver 1' and 'Driver 2' that matches the number on the back of the fob that you just used?
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Is your car recognizing the difference between your keys? By that, I mean when you start the car, does the information center show 'Driver 1' and 'Driver 2' that matches the number on the back of the fob that you just used?
Is this question for me? If so, yes...it recognizes each driver uniquely by the key we use and then all of our settings take effect except the seats...
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Setting the seats should be as simple as you say. It works for me. You may have a fault.

If you disconnect the battery or lose power, the settings will clear and you will have to reset them, so maybe this gives you a clue on where the fault lies.
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Hmm...that is so strange. Maybe it'* a defect of some sort...we'll find out whenever we have to replace the battery or something and everything gets reset.

thanks for the info!...
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Well what do you know switching the keys worked!! #2 works for 1 and vise versa! :P

Thanks for the help guys, I have used the other keys before but I guess I never made the connection. Thanks Mr. Obvious!! (From Bob and Tom if you didn't know!)
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Aha. They can be reversed but it can only be done at the dealer with his Tech II scanner. He will need both key fobs.
But save some money and just switch keys.
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It has been a while since I played with the personalization but can you turn off the memory seat feature for a user like you can the curb look pass mirror feature?
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It has been a while since I played with the personalization but can you turn off the memory seat feature for a user like you can the curb look pass mirror feature?
yes.
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It has been a while since I played with the personalization but can you turn off the memory seat feature for a user like you can the curb look pass mirror feature?
yes.
Then it may be turned off for the person above trying to make it work.
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