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Does anyone know if seat and exit memory can be erased/deleted? I can't seem to override a current setting and replace with new positions.
 

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If it's like the memory recall on my last Chevy it should be as simple as setting everything where you want it, press and HOLD both the Set and 1 buttons until you hear a confirmation beep (it may take a few seconds if it is over writing an old setting). I used to do it all the time while the car was running as I found that perfect spot for the seat and wheel.

You may need to go into the personalization menu and turn off the auto recall. It may only allow one memory position per keyfob when the auto recall option is set. I also would do it when the car is running or on. I seem to recall it was finicky when the ignition wasn't on.


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If it's like the memory recall on my last Chevy it should be as simple as setting everything where you want it, press and HOLD both the Set and 1 buttons until you hear a confirmation beep (it may take a few seconds if it is over writing an old setting). I used to do it all the time while the car was running as I found that perfect spot for the seat and wheel.

You may need to go into the personalization menu and turn off the auto recall. It may only allow one memory position per keyfob when the auto recall option is set. I also would do it when the car is running or on. I seem to recall it was finicky when the ignition wasn't on.

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Sure...I'm getting the 'beeps' and it worked just fine on the initial setting. Revisions seem to confuse it, however. I will check personalizaton and one-position per is a logical supposition and could result in the 'confused' action. I'm not using any of the manual functions on the fob. I'm simply depressing the door lock on exit and proximity unlock on entry. Can't imagine you would need to use active fob functions for basic functions in this day and age. That said, there's a pretty wordy and confusing section in the manual that talks about the remote. I gave up on that pretty quickly.
 

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I had no problem doing a new setting by setting the new seat position and saving by pressing the set and position one together. I have not tried position two. I had trouble getting the auto return positioning to work until I discovered that the key fobs are mapped to position one and two. Switched to the other key fob and everything worked as it should. I also set the exit position for the door open with no problem.
 

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The manual states to press and release the set button and then immediately press 1 or 2 until it beeps to retain the setting - try pressing and releasing the set button and not holding it simultaneously. Hope this helps.
 
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