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Guys, I there a way to limit how far the seat moves back upon existing or just turn off that feature off?
I feel that at times I am being moved too far back and at other times it just slows me down getting in and out.

I could not find this in the manual in the info-dash.

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Relax, enjoy the ride.
 

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Thank you.
 

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Yes, it depends on how far or close you set your seating position. I love the feature as it makes exiting easier for us with replaced joints.
 
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yeah, but for me.. its nice, but It getting old quick. specially when I get in the car and car reach the pedal to turn it on.
I am 5-7.
 

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Once you set up your seat on one of the memory buttons - the seat stops going back when you turn the car off. In fact - I set up the second button so that I CAN move back now.
 
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Once back in the car, if you hit the Start button without touching the brake pedal, the seat moves forward again.
 

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Once you set up your seat on one of the memory buttons - the seat stops going back when you turn the car off. In fact - I set up the second button so that I CAN move back now.
That doesn't seem to be the case for me. I have set all 3 buttons and the seat still moves back. At least when I open the door.

Also, it seems that my passenger seat is broken. It's makes a horrible noise when elevating the seat and doesn't move very much. Sounds like the gears aren't meshed properly and about to strip.
 

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Like I said if the seat is ahead of a certain position(you can play around to find it) the seat will move back. Behind that position it won't.
 

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Great design, poor execution. Wish there was an off button. Should be an easy software fix...

Perhaps the Top Gear episode when Jeremy pretends he couldn't get out of the Q spooked Alfa?
 

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Great design, poor execution. Wish there was an off button. Should be an easy software fix...

Perhaps the Top Gear episode when Jeremy pretends he couldn't get out of the Q spooked Alfa?
I was hoping a software update would add that. That in the ONLY thing I find annoying.
Well and the side rear view mirror create a blind spot for me. Other than that I am good.
 

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I was hoping a software update would add that. That in the ONLY thing I find annoying.
Well and the side rear view mirror create a blind spot for me. Other than that I am good.
Agreed, I also find the side rear view mirror creates a major blind spot.
 

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Agreed, I also find the side rear view mirror creates a major blind spot.
The mirror creates a blind spot (blocks forward view) or the mirror has a blind spot (inadequate rearward view)?

Your driving position (both up-down and fore-aft) will affect both.
 

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The mirror creates a blind spot (blocks forward view) or the mirror has a blind spot (inadequate rearward view)?

Your driving position (both up-down and fore-aft) will affect both.
Rearward vision is fine, driving position is fine. The mirror is so big it blocks a lot of my view like trying to see the curb out the drivers window just rearward of the A-pillar.
 
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