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No power seat memory

My seat is perfecly set for me, except when I take it to the dealers. When I get my car back, it seems like it takes weeks to get it JUST how I want it.

I could tell them to not touch the seat, but I sit pretty close up, so a bigger person servicing the car would have to push the seat back or adjust it, so he could drive.

Any one have any tricks or tips on how to keep your seats position. I so wish it came with seat memory, but mine did not..
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i don't know if any of them did do you know jay? i know the chargers do.. but to my knowledge challengers don't but i could be wrong..

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Hmm I wonder if this is an option that could be transplanted from a charger, I too would like to have memory seats, but of course don't
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Took me a long time to get the right position but I figured out how to repeat it, I pull the wheel out as far as it will go, then I get out, lower seat about 1/2 way, set it to tip the seat bottom back as far as it will go "legs up butt down", then I raise it as high as it will go without it trying to tip back forward, then I get in and move it forward until my feet are right, then recline the seat back until the steering wheel is in the right place, simple huh!!! I like the seat high so I can easily rest my arm on the window while cruising. I wonder why the Chargers get the nice stuff first?
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This is a constant source of annoyance for me too. Each time the position is changed for whatever reason it takes a lot of effort to restore it to a comfortable seating position. I'd love a memory seat add-on! C'mon aftermarket!
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I heard ginseng is good for memory development subbed to see where we can go with this!


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Took me a long time to get the right position but I figured out how to repeat it, I pull the wheel out as far as it will go, then I get out, lower seat about 1/2 way, set it to tip the seat bottom back as far as it will go "legs up butt down", then I raise it as high as it will go without it trying to tip back forward, then I get in and move it forward until my feet are right, then recline the seat back until the steering wheel is in the right place, simple huh!!! I like the seat high so I can easily rest my arm on the window while cruising. I wonder why the Chargers get the nice stuff first?

Thank you. I had to read this a couple of times to know what you are taking about. I will try this after my car is serviced this week. Yeah the Chargers get all the nice stuff, but it doesn't look like a real Charger. At least our cars looks like/is a Challenger.

I thought about also making markers as to where the seat is positioned then use masking tape and a marker and mark where the edges are, not on the seat, but the door/floor.
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i don't know if any of them did do you know jay? i know the chargers do.. but to my knowledge challengers don't but i could be wrong..

chris
You have the fancy schmancy car, I figured yours would have the memory seat. It looks like we're out of luck though. It seems that the Chargers got them, but not us.

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