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    Mirror Memory Recall Issue

    I recently started to experience an issue with my driver’s side mirror becoming erratic. Up until this point, I have never had any troubled with “Auto Memory Recall” or “Easy Exit.” Now regardless of how I try to recall a saved position for my mirror, it intermittently drives up or down its’ full deflection. I have never used “Reverse Tilt” but sometimes it behaves as if it’s on---but then again, at times it drives to the sky.
    I have tried all the “tricks” and quick-fixes to no avail. These include: pulling the neg. terminal from the battery for 10 minutes, resetting all settings to factory default, trying a new key fob, setting “Reverse Tilt” ON/OFF, resetting both Memory #1 & #2 positions the same for both key fobs (one-at-a-time…and only one present).

    My dealer WAS able to duplicate the problem. Based on my symptoms, the GM Tech Adviser in-the-sky recommended my local tech reprogram the Mirror Control Module. I was hopeful as it worked a few times, but later failed again.

    I have read MANY posts on this issue and tried every possible remedy. I’m clearly not alone with this kind of memory glitch. Even though this isn’t a huge problem, it shouldn’t be one at all. I might strongly “suggest” the dealer replace my Memory Control Module next.

    Stay tuned….

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    It sounds like replacement of the mirror module should indeed be the next step. --Bob
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    My Easy Exit and Auto Memory Recall doesn’t work properly either but haven’t had the time to look into it. Ended up turning it off for the time being. Kinda frustrating.

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    Pete, you may already know this, but if the seat is all the way back against the bulkhead, the Easy Exit and recall features may not work properly. Set the seat about an inch forward of the bulkhead and see if that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssPetess View Post
    My Easy Exit and Auto Memory Recall doesn’t work properly either but haven’t had the time to look into it. Ended up turning it off for the time being. Kinda frustrating.
    FYI, my problem occurs even with Auto Memory Recall and Easy Exit disabled. It will happen intermittently by simply pressing the memory and exit buttons on the door.
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    Corvette Memory Seat

    This video may be helpful to Pete's problem - likely not to Steve's.
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    Has there been any updates on this issue?

    Mine 2015 2 LT has stared doing this.

    My main issue now is that when I use the "easy exit" feature it tilts my drivers side all the way down. Fortunately, when I start my vehicle, it goes back to its normal position. It was acting even more erratic but after I attmpted to adjust it numerous times this was the best result that I achieved so I left it alone. Even when I turn off all of the "auto memory" options it still does it.

    BTW My vehicle is no longer under warranty.

    Appreciate any info.
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