Storing a Driving Position in Memory

Store a driving position only when the vehicle is parked.

1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position. You cannot add a new driving position to the memory unless the ignition switch is in the ON (II) position. You can recall a memorized position with the ignition switch in any position.

2. Adjust the seat to a comfortable position.

3. Press and release the SET button.


3. Press and release the SET button.

You will hear a beep. Immediately press and hold one of the memory buttons (1 or 2) until you hear two beeps. The indicator in the memory button will come on. The current position of the driver’s seat is now stored.

To cancel the storing procedure after pressing the SET button, do any of the following:

Press the SET button again within 5 seconds.

Fail to press a memory button within 5 seconds.

Readjust the seat position.

Turn the ignition switch out from the ON (II) position.

Each memory button stores only one driving position. Storing a new position erases the previous setting stored in that button’s memory. If you want to add a new position while retaining the current one, use the other memory button.

All stored driving positions will be lost if your vehicle’s battery goes dead or is disconnected.

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