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How do I reset the Memory Driver's Seats?

I just purchased at 2000 Buick LeSabre and the memory seats are set and I would love to reset them but I do not have the owners manual:-(

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Turn car key to position when panel lights are all on. adjust your seat and when done, press and hold the seat button for seconds until you hear a beep. you are done. make sure you adjust mirror also.

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You can google the manuel, it is on the web in pdf..

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If you unhook the battery for a minute and then hook it back up and should be reset.

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