Easy Exit Seat

The control for the easy exit seat function is located on the driver’s door below the memory buttons 1 and 2. The easy exit seat button is used to program and recall the desired driver’s seat position when exiting or entering the vehicle. The mirrors, power lumbar, recline, and adjustable pedals, if equipped, positions will not be stored or recalled when using the easy exit seat function. The seat position can be saved for up to two drivers.

To store the easy exit seat position, do the following:

1. Press and release the 1 or 2 button of the memory control for less than three seconds.

The seat will move to the stored memory position.

2. Adjust the seat to the desired exit position.
3. Press and hold the easy exit seat button for more than three seconds. A double chime will sound to let you know that the position has been stored for the selected button 1 or 2.

To repeat the procedure for a second driver, follow the preceding steps, but press the other numbered memory control button.

To recall the easy exit seat position, do one of the following:

• Press the easy exit seat button on the memory control while the vehicle is in PARK (P). The seat will move to the stored exit position.
• Or, if the easy exit seat feature is activated in the Driver Information Center (DIC), removing the key from the ignition will move the seat to the exit position. See “Easy Exit Seat” under DIC Vehicle Customization on page 208 for more information on activating this feature in the DIC.

If an easy exit seat position has not been stored, the default position is all the way rearward.

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