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I have a gen5 for 2 years now. I seldom drive it as it's my wife's car. However I've noticed from time to time when I opened the door and entered the vehicle the seat will lie down and move all the way to the back. I have to push the corresponding memory button to put it back. I have tried adjusted the seats with the fobs with no success. Wondering if I missed something. TIA.
 

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You can set a memory on the FOB itself which will automatically move the seat when you approach the vehicle.

Page 1-7 of the manual (At least for 2017) has the instructions.

1. Adjust the seat position under the
following conditions.
. The parking brake is applied.
. The ignition switch is in the “LOCK”/
“OFF” position.
. The select lever is in the “P” position.

2. While holding the access key and
pressing the “SET” button, press the “Lock ”
button of the access key.
A chirp sounds once, and the seat position is registered
 

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Thanks AStegosaurus. I had tried something similar based on my manual. The 2nd step I believe I pressed one if the number buttons (1or2) with the SET and LOCK. I will try this out and see if it works.

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