Overview of possible menus

Identification Fault memory Erase fault memory Actual values Input signals Actuators Modify coding

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System description

The seat memory is installed in the vehicle as optional equipment in connection with electrically adjustable seats and rearview mirrors. The advantage in comparison with the base version is that there are three memory locations to store the set positions. The stored positions can then be called up at the push of a button. If the vehicle is used by several persons, the seat and mirror positions must only be set once and stored in the system.

System readiness

The system allows the position to be changed if at least one of the following requirements is fulfilled:

Term. 15 is switched on or

The driver's door is opened

Operational readiness is maintained for an after-running time of 60 s after the key has been removed or the door has been closed. If the position is changed during the after-running time, then the after-running time is started again. If the position is not changed during the after-running time, then the system switches to inactive state, thus reducing power consumption.


Term. 15 must be switched on for communication with the PST 2.

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