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Memorize the seats

I just got this baby and now i want to set in the memory for button 1 of the seat.. and 2 and 3 for my girl... so how do i erase the memory on button 1 and set memory for my way?

i tried a few (logical) options but non of them helped.. (holding down memory 1 and setting the seat in it's position and then letting go button 1 but when i press it again (hold down) it moves to the original position)

Any hel.. greatly apreciated..

.. thanks

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If there is an "M" button you have to hold down the "M" button with # 1 together at the same time, and the same for the other side.

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