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I just bought a '89 L coupe.

Beautiful machine, but I'm sharing it with my wife and I'm starting to get annoyed with setting the seat position every time I sit in it.

How do you set/erase the seat memory?

If anyone has a step by step process, it would be greatly appreaciated.
 

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xtcrush said:
I just bought a '89 L coupe.

Beautiful machine, but I'm sharing it with my wife and I'm starting to get annoyed with setting the seat position it every time I sit in it.

How do you set/erase the seat memory?

If anyone has a step by step process, it would be greatly appreaciated.
pull the fuse, or disconnect the battery.
 

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Thanks FUTURE X... I'll try it and let you know...

BTW, yes I believe there is a Memory button.
 

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Sorry about that, here are the exact steps:


1.) Turn the ignition switch to ON
2.) Adjust the seat position into the position you want
3.) Push the memory (M) switch, a beep will sound
4.) Within 5 seconds, push one of the three position switches, two beeps will sound when the position is memorized.


So you don't have to hold it, pretty much, turn the key to on, put the seat how you like it, press the M button, followed by the number you want to store it on. If you want to program a new position over and old number, just do the same and hit the old number, it will re-program over it.

The memory settings don't act the same if off, and wont let you program it.
 

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1.) Turn the ignition switch to ON
2.) Adjust the seat position into the position you want
3.) Push the memory (M) switch, a beep will sound
4.) Within 5 seconds, push one of the three position switches, two beeps will sound when the position is memorized.

I believe there's also a main switch on the dash to the right of the steering column that has to be on for this to work. At least on my -89 ls...

-tegfelt
 

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Thanks FutureX and tegfelt

Your instructions work great! I woulda spent long hours scratching my head
 
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