Subaru Forester 2019-2021 Owners Manual / Seat, seatbelt and SRS airbags / Seat / Retrieval of memory position registered with button “1” or “2”

Subaru Forester: Seat / Retrieval of memory position registered with button “1” or “2”

WARNING

Be sure to press the correct button to retrieve your registered seat position. If the seat position is not optimum for you, it may adversely affect your driving and may reduce the effectiveness of the seatbelt. That could result in an accident involving serious injury or death.

Subaru Forester. Retrieval of memory position registered with button “1” or “2”

  1. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.
  2. Put the select lever is in the “P” position and apply the parking brake, then press button “1” or “2”.

A chirp will sound and the seat and outside mirror move to the registered position. When the select lever is moved to the “R” position, the outside mirror will move to the registered reverse tilt-down position.

NOTE

  1. If the vehicle battery is removed, the registered memory position data will not be deleted.
  2. When the button “1” or “2” is pressed within 45 seconds after the driver’s door is opened, the registered memory position can be retrieved even if the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” or “OFF” position.
  3. If buttons “1” and “2” are pressed at the same time, execution of seat position retrieval may not be possible.
  4. When the retrieved position is the same as the current seat position, a chirp will sound twice.

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