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GM now has a fix for the seat memory issue. Pi 1245 Dated 5/20/2014 for cars with manual tranny's. Doc # 3829637
"2014 Chevrolet Corvette | Corvette VIN Y Service Manual 5533811 | Document ID: 3829637
#PI1245: Auto Memory Recall Option Addition for Memory Seat Functions with Manual Transmission Equipped Vehicles - (May 20, 2014)
Subject: Auto Memory Recall Option Addition for Memory Seat Functions with Manual Transmission Equipped Vehicles
Models: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette
Some customers may comment that the memory seat moves to the stored memory seat position when the door is opened. Customers would like the seat to move when the ignition is turned on just like the automatic transmission equipped vehicle.
Reprogram the seat memory control module with the latest calibrations available on TIS2WEB. Refer to Seat Memory Control Module Programming and Setup (Driver Seat) in SI.
Once the new calibration has been installed, an additional menu option will be available under the remote recall menu found under the "Vehicle", "Comfort and Convenience", "Auto Memory Recall" menu and the new selections are “Off”, “On - Driver Door Open”, “On - At Ignition On.”
Note: For the remote recall memory seat feature to operate, the parking brake must be applied.
Warranty Information
For vehicles repaired under warranty, use:
Labor Operation Description Labor Time
2810875 Driver or Passenger Seat Adjuster Memory Module Reprogramming with SPS Use Published Labor Operation Time
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