How To: Adjust Memory Seats
With Memory Seats, you and a second driver can set and recall your preferred seat positions. You may be able to set other features too, such as outside mirrors, Head-Up Display and your steering column. Memory Seats are a great example of the innovative Chevy technology that accompany all Chevrolet vehicles. Wondering how to set seat memory? We’ve got you covered with our guide below. Learn more about Chevy Memory Seats now at Mike Anderson Chicago!
Identify Your Driver Number
First, you’ll want to identify your driver number. If equipped, your Chevy comes with two sets of keys or remote keyless entry (RKE) transmitters, allowing for two different drivers to program, store, and recall seat settings upon starting the vehicle, if so desired. Knowing which number key/RKE you use as your primary key is important for programming memory seat functions. To identify the driver number, start the vehicle with a key and remote keyless entry transmitter. Note what Driver Number is displayed on the Driver Information Center (DIC) within the gauge cluster.
How To Set Your Memory Seat
If equipped with the setting Seat Memory Chevy, an array of buttons (labeled ‘SET,’ ‘1,’ ‘2,’ and an icon indicating “exit”) will be displayed on the driver’s door panel, or similar location depending on vehicle. These buttons are specific for storing memory positions and allow you to set and recall seat positions. Follow these steps:
- Before storing, adjust all available memory positions – including seat, mirrors, and power steering column, if so equipped.
- Turn the ignition to the ‘ON’ position if the vehicle is not already on or running.
- Press and release the ‘SET’ button, and an audible beep should sound.
- Immediately press and hold the numbered button that matches your key/RKE fob until two beeps sound.
- Programming is now complete. Release the button.
How To Enable Available Seat Entry Memory
To enable the seat entry memory feature, follow these simple instructions:
- With the vehicle in Park, enter the Settings menu within the Chevrolet Infotainment screen.
- Select the “Vehicle” button, then either the “Seating Position” or “Comfort and Convenience” button, depending on the vehicle.
- From there, select “Seat Entry Memory, and select “On” or “Off” to enable or disable the feature.
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