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Hi all,

The dealer cut a new key for me today (driver 2) and also gave me a new fob/remote since the previous owner never turned in an extra set of keys. The problem I'm having is when ever I exit the car the seat settings etc go BACK to the driver 1 position, which is my wife's. Is this normal? Nothing like being crunched up to the steering wheel everytime I exit. :rolleyes:

Thanks for any info

Also I have some black spots on the white roof that won't come off no matter what I try. Any tips appreciated

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You posted this same question in the other forum. I've duplicated my response, below:

It looks like the exit position for your "Driver 2" needs to be programmed. Refer to your owners manual. It contains detailed information on how to do this. It's simple. Go and grab your owners manual and read it.

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I think you can set the exit position for each driver. Here is the info from the manual, this from the 02 page 2-100:

https://www.mygmlink.com/pdf/go2content/man...2002seville.pdf

Auto Exit Seat (If Equipped)

This feature will move the driver’s seat to the previously programmed exit position when the ignition is turned off

and the driver’s door is opened.

Programmable Modes

Mode 1: ON

Mode 2: OFF

Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was programmed to Mode 2. The mode to which the vehicle

was programmed may have been changed since it left the factory. To determine the mode to which the vehicle

is programmed or to program the vehicle to a different mode, do the following:

1. Enter FEATURE PROGRAMMING following

the instructions listed previously.

2. Press the down arrow on the INFO button until

AUTO EXIT SEAT appears on the DIC display.

3. To turn on the feature, press the ON/OFF button

until ON appears on the DIC display. To turn it off,

press the ON/OFF button until OFF appears on

the display.

The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit

the programming mode by following the instructions

later in this section or program the next feature available

on your vehicle.

Auto Exit Steering Wheel (If Equipped)

This feature will move the column to the driver’s

previously programmed exit position when the

ignition is turned off and the driver’s door is opened.

Programmable Modes

Mode 1: ON

Mode 2: OFF

Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was

programmed to Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle

was programmed may have been changed since it left

the factory. To determine the mode to which the vehicle

is programmed or to program the vehicle to a different

mode, do the following:

1. Enter FEATURE PROGRAMMING following

the instructions listed previously.

2. Press the down arrow on the INFO button until

AUTO EXIT STRG WHEEL appears on the

DIC display.

3. To turn on the feature, press the ON/OFF button

until ON appears on the DIC display. To turn it off,

press the ON/OFF button until OFF appears on

the display.

The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit

the programming mode by following the instructions

later in this section or program the next feature available

on your vehicle.

Vehicle Programming and

Personalization Features

Your vehicle is equipped with personalization that allows

you to program certain features to a preferred setting

for up to two people. The number of programmable

features varies depending upon which model of the

vehicle is purchased. On all vehicles, features such as

climate control settings, radio preset settings, exterior

lighting at unlock, remote lock and unlock confirmation,

and automatic door locks have already been programmed

for your convenience. Some vehicles are equipped with

additional features that can be programmed including the

seat position, steering column position (if equipped)

and outside mirror position. The navigation screen

preferences (if equipped) will remain at the last

set position.

If your vehicle is equipped with the ability to program

additional personalization features, the driver’s preferences

are recalled by pressing the unlock button on the remote

keyless entry transmitter or by pressing the appropriate

memory button, 1 or 2, located on the driver’s door.

Certain features can be programmed not to recall until the

key is placed in the ignition. To change feature preferences

you must use one of the following procedures.

Entering Feature Programming

To enter the feature programming mode,

do the following:

1. Turn the ignition to ON, making sure the

vehicle is in PARK (P).

2. If your vehicle has memory settings, press the

appropriate memory button, 1 or 2, located on

the driver’s door panel. The DIC display will

show either 1 or 2 depending on which button

was selected.

3. Press the INFO button until FEATURE

PROGRAMMING appears on the DIC display.

4. Press the ON/OFF button to enter

FEATURE PROGRAMMING.

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You posted this same question in the other forum. I've duplicated my response, below:

The more the merrier right?

It looks like the exit position for your "Driver 2" needs to be programmed. Refer to your owners manual. It contains detailed information on how to do this. It's simple. Go and grab your owners manual and read it.

Its NOT the exit program as I have that OFF on BOTH settings. The problem is the settings reverting back to Driver 1 when I remove the Driver *2* key from the ignition. here's my latest findings as I tried it once again:

When I use the driver 1 key all works as its supposed to. Everything STAYS on driver 1 and nothing moves when I exit the car. When using the driver 2 fob to unlock the car the seats move to my position BUT when I put the key in and start the car the seat move to the driver 1 position! I have auto exit OFF on both settings so its not that. I also noticed that when I start the car with the driver 2 key the display first shows driver 2 than displays driver 1 right after along with playing my wife's radio station. And when I exit the car everything goes back to the driver 1 setting. Guess I need to go back to the dealer grrrrrrrrr

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You need to bring the car into the dealer. They'll use the tech2 tool to program the car to recognize the new key so that it acts as the "Driver 2" key. Right now, it doesn' t know what the heck key it is and so it acts as if it's the "Driver 1" key.

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