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Would you know how to seat the memory seats in a trailblazer ss 2006 and also i hear a buzzing noise in the rear for about 30 seconds the dealership deals me it is the ride adjustment working can that be true . Thank You

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    daniel_d_mac Jan 11, 2012

    The buzzing noise is the air pump.. One cool thing you probably don't know there is a hidden compartment in the back right hand ride you can open and there is an air house you can use to fill your tires!!



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Et the seat where you want it and push in and hold memory one or two which ever key fob you use it will tell you on the back of the key fob one or two

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Put seat hwere you want it hold for 30 seconds /yes for second Please rate my response thank you very much

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    daniel_d_mac Jan 11, 2012

    The buzzing sound on your TBSS is the airpump charging up the airride suspension. That's normal.. One cool fact... Look in the right rear panel in the back open it up and WOW there is an air house there to fill your tires!



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