Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Seat moves when keys are removed from ignition
You may have the Easy Exit Driver Seat option turned on. With that enabled, the car will move the seat backward for you automatically so you can more easily "exit the vehicle." It does this when you turn off the ignition. More information on it is found in the manual. You didn't say which year you have, but they are all roughly the same. I'm including the 2014 manual link here; page 3-7 describes the feature. Page 5-44 discusses all of the customizations you can set, and how to turn them on and off. http://www.chevrolet.com/content/dam/Chevrolet/northamerica/usa/nscwebsite/en/Home/Ownership/Manuals%20and%20Videos/02_pdf/2k14silverado.pdf
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem and had to kinda figure it out on my own. I have a 98 grand cherokee and I think they should be the same. Inside the drivers door panel there are 3 buttons... a number 1 and number 2 and a SET button. Hold down the set button for a couple seconds then release. Then adjust your settings on your seat and mirrors to what you want...Then press # 1. If you have another person that will be driving the car do the same and press number 2...
The thing is...........There are 2 key chain things issued with each car...One will be the number 1 driver, the other one is the number 2 driver...So...I would program the number 1 driver first and see which key chain thing works...then you will know the other one will be for the number 2 driver.
Hope that made sense...It is a great feature once you finally figure it out. Sheri
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 blazer power seat
The guy that posted the first solution...that works...My power seat module went bad , so I used a 12 volt batery charger on the wires to move my power seats.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Full version about Automatic Seatbelt troubleshooting for 87-91 Camry written by Professor Oleg Turkin
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: power seat issue
Get out your voltmeter, unplug the connection to the seat's motor, underneath the seat, and hit the switch. if youve got power going to the motor then youll need to replace the motor. If not, it's probably the switch. Also make sure the wires are not cut or damaged somewhere between the switch and the seat.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Is this easily done? Seems simple enough but worried I won't be able to get the seat back in place...
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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