Subaru Forester: Rear gate / Memory function

Subaru Forester. Memory function

Memory switch

Subaru Forester. Memory function

Memory switch status

  1. ON status
  2. OFF status

Your desired rear gate height can be registered.

Registration of the rear gate height:

To register the rear gate height, perform the following procedures while the ignition switch is in the “LOCK”/“OFF” position.

  1. Open the rear gate using the power rear gate function.
  2. With the rear gate at the desired height, stop it using the power rear gate function.
  3. Press the memory switch to select the “ON” status.

    Subaru Forester. Memory function

    Power rear gate button on the inside edge of the rear gate

    1. Power rear gate button
    2. Power rear gate lock button (if equipped)
  4. With the rear gate at the desired height, press and hold the power rear gate button on the inside edge of the rear gate until an electronic chirp is heard and the hazard warning flashers flash three times. The electronic chirp and the flashing hazard warning flashers confirm the selected rear gate height has been registered.

NOTE

  • To change the registered height, press the memory switch to select the “OFF” status and perform the registering procedure again.
  • It is possible to register the height from approximately 2 in (5 cm) or more from the completely closed position.

Retrieval of the rear gate height:

To open the rear gate and stop it at the registered height, perform the following procedure.

  1. Press the memory switch to select the ON status.
  2. Press and hold any of the power rear gate switches.

Even if any of the power rear gate switches are pressed and held while the memory switch is in the OFF status, you can stop it at the registered height by pressing the memory switch to select the ON status before the rear gate reaches the registered height.

NOTE

The rear gate will open to the position that is stored in the memory function even if the rear gate is opened by the reverse function.

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