Exit Recall

the driver seat back a preset (Exit Button): Press to move the driver seat back a preset distance and/or the power steering column, if equipped, up and forward.

A single beep sounds when the exit feature activates. The vehicle must be in P (Park) for an automatic transmission, or the parking brake must be applied for a manual transmission.

If entry/exit recall is programmed on in the vehicle personalization menu, automatic seat and/or steering column movement occurs upon leaving the vehicle, if the following conditions are met. See Vehicle Personalization.

- For vehicles with Remote Keyless Entry (RKE), automatic exit recall movements occur when the ignition key is removed.

- For vehicles with Remote Keyless Access, automatic exit recall movements occur when the following steps are completed:

2.1. The ignition is turned on for vehicles with an automatic transmission, or the engine is started on vehicles with a manual transmission.

2.2. The automatic transmission is shifted out of P (Park), or the parking brake is released on vehicles with a manual transmission.

2.3. The automatic transmission is shifted back into P (Park), or the parking brake is re-engaged on vehicles with a manual transmission.

2.4. The ignition is turned off.

2.5. The driver door is opened.

Steps 2 and 3 are intended to reflect that the vehicle has been moved.

If the vehicle is not moved or the steps above are not performed, automatic exit recall movement will not occur. In this case, press activate exit recall movements. to activate exit recall movements.

If something has blocked the driver seat while recalling the exit position, the recall may stop. Remove the obstruction; then press and hold the power seat control rearward for two seconds. Try recalling the exit position again. If the exit position is still not recalling, see your dealer for service.

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