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Hi all,

maybe I am dumb, but I swear I could not find any answer in the manual or online (even though I found a couple of people asking the same question without success).

How do I change or reset the settings that I saved in one of the two profiles for the memory seat?

I tried to redo the same procedure I used to save it the first time (press the SET button continuously until a sound is activated, then touch in which profile you want to save), but as soon as I touch the button for profile 1, it just re-adjusts the seat to previously saved settings.

I also could not find any combination of buttons to reset the profiles.

Please help, my legs will be forever thankful!
 

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Hi all,

maybe I am dumb, but I swear I could not find any answer in the manual or online (even though I found a couple of people asking the same question without success).

How do I change or reset the settings that I saved in one of the two profiles for the memory seat?

I tried to redo the same procedure I used to save it the first time (press the SET button continuously until a sound is activated, then touch in which profile you want to save), but as soon as I touch the button for profile 1, it just re-adjusts the seat to previously saved settings.

I also could not find any combination of buttons to reset the profiles.

Please help, my legs will be forever thankful!
Question. Is the car started when you are trying to adjust settings? Mine did not accept changes when off but did when the car was started? Try it and see if that helps?
 

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Question. Is the car started when you are trying to adjust settings? Mine did not accept changes when off but did when the car was started? Try it and see if that helps?
Yes, car is started, same procedure as for saving the settings for the first time.

Now I would like to adjust and save new settings, overwriting the old ones (or reset everything), but cannot figure out what is the procedure.

When you say that your car accepts changes, do you mean that you also overwrite the old settings?
 

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Milkfloat ta, thought I was going mad. Yes you must press 1 or 2 within 5 seconds of getting set tone I believe.

Alan
 

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This is also contained in that section FYI

NOTE
x If you do not perform the operation
correctly, a sound indicating that the
programming has failed is activated.
x If the angle of the outer mirrors only
changes a little, the angle of the
outer mirrors may not have been
programmed correctly.
x If the angle of the outer mirrors is
adjusted close to the limits of its
range of motion, the driving position
can be successfully programmed, but
it may fail when calling up the
programmed driving position.
 

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Thank you guys!

Thebriggie was right, it's basically the same procedure used to save a profile the first time.

My problem was keeping the SET button pressed for too long. When doing so, you will hear a second sound.
I thought that was the signal to press one of the two profiles. However, this seems to be incorrect, it is like aborting the operation, because pressing then the profile button will simply adjust the seat according to the old saved settings (I suppose this is the fail sound that the Note in the manual is referring to).

Lesson learned and once again great support from this forum!
 

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Just to let you know you can not only save on the buttons 1 and 2 but also on your key have done it with me and my wife saved my settings one one key and my wifes on the other key so when you open the doors the seats will already cater to the key being used before entering your car
Same as with button saving
Push on set button untill sound then push on the release doors button on the key fob another sound and all done do the same for the other key
 

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Just to let you know you can not only save on the buttons 1 and 2 but also on your key have done it with me and my wife saved my settings one one key and my wifes on the other key so when you open the doors the seats will already cater to the key being used before entering your car
Same as with button saving
Push on set button untill sound then push on the release doors button on the key fob another sound and all done do the same for the other key
Yes, I am aware of the possibility to save a profile on the key.

In my case, being the only driver it does not make so much sense, because if I have a guest driver and they want to have their guest profile it will be overwritten by my settings every time I open the car with my key.

But of course it makes totally sense if you and your wife use regularly two different keys with two different saved profile (I didn't think about that!).
 
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