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#11 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 04:53 AM
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Now if anyone has OCD like me then it'll take u a couple days to get it right back where it was. Gotta get back in my meds.


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I am lucky in that being 6'2" I have the seat all the way back and as low as it will go. The techs that work on my car must be tiny people because the seat is almost always up so much I can't even squeeze in.
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This was one of the first aftermarket mods I was looking for but to this day, I've yet to find anyone or anything for our cars.

I tried to pull the wiring harness from the seat before taking it into service, but it's too damn hard to get too. Wish we could pull (without breaking) the two side seat adjustments off - but I cringe at knowing someone smaller or larger then I, not having the seat adjusted correctly and end up hitting something.

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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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I am lucky in that being 6'2" I have the seat all the way back and as low as it will go. The techs that work on my car must be tiny people because the seat is almost always up so much I can't even squeeze in.
I am a couple of inches shorter than you, but one thing I hate about memory seats is they have no common sense. My elderly mother who is considerably shorter than I am has a car with memory seats that automatically slide back to allow easier access, whenever I get into her car to move it for her, etc. and use her keys instead of the spare key fob (auto sensing) I feel like I am reliving the garbage compactor scene from Star Wars.

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My wife drives mine on occasion and she knows only to change the forward and back position that way you just have to mess with one setting. It helps, Good luck!

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The memory is configured with the car's computer. In my Durango, I have 2 memory positions that can be linked to each fob so if my wife has her position and uses here fob, upon unlocking the car, the seat will adjust to her setting. The MyGig radio will state which seat position is being set, so that is why I am thinking that the memory is built into the car and can't be an after market add on.

Personally, I can't believe anyone can be so certain that a seat position will be exactly like it was the time before. There are so many combinations with the up/down/tilt. I would think that your body would let you know if it feels close to what it was. Then make micro changes until you feel comfortable. What else you have to do when you are driving?

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Maybe you could pull the fuse for the seat before you drop the car for service if no other important accessories are on the same circuit. Just replace the fuse when you pick up the car. The techs only need to drive the car a few hundred yards so they should be able to adapt.


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Maybe you could pull the fuse for the seat before you drop the car for service if no other important accessories are on the same circuit. Just replace the fuse when you pick up the car. The techs only need to drive the car a few hundred yards so they should be able to adapt.
This sounds like a good option, never thought about the fuse box. I may have to try it on my next service. Thanks

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They are service techs, so might fix the fuse and charge you for it.
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