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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeler8ing View Post
    Correct.

    When programmed and you open the door, all settings are adjusted to the fob settings.
    But is not automatically done, you need to press the Set button in the seat and then press de unlock button in the FOB to save the settings. It also works independently of the seat memory buttons (1, 2). For example, if you store a setting in the number 1 of the seat the key fob will keep the settings when it was programmed. So if you want to keep the same settings for the fob and the memory 1 button just remember to update both when storing any new adjustment to your settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atxyde View Post
    But is not automatically done, you need to press the Set button in the seat and then press de unlock button in the FOB to save the settings. It also works independently of the seat memory buttons (1, 2). For example, if you store a setting in the number 1 of the seat the key fob will keep the settings when it was programmed. So if you want to keep the same settings for the fob and the memory 1 button just remember to update both when storing any new adjustment to your settings.
    That's what I meant by "when programmed"
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDIZ View Post
    Wait, so depending on which key fob you use, the car will automatically adjust to that setting. Like I can program one key fob for me, and another to my wife?
    You could do that on the 1st Gen CX-9....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tex2670 View Post
    You could do that on the 1st Gen CX-9....
    Not in our 2011 with the crappy key fob and no seat memory haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atxyde View Post
    Hopefully one day Mazda will add the left/right mirrors positions to the seat programming. I really hate to setup my mirrors every time after my wife uses it.
    In my old S40 Volvo the memory seats changes seat, mirrors and audio preferences! (subwoofer/fade/dolby/EQ/fm memories, etc). So my wife had different audio EQ and she had totally different memory stations for FM than me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubanomx View Post
    In my old S40 Volvo the memory seats changes seat, mirrors and audio preferences! (subwoofer/fade/dolby/EQ/fm memories, etc). So my wife had different audio EQ and she had totally different memory stations for FM than me!
    Because it's a European vehicle and in a different class!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeler8ing View Post
    Because it's a European vehicle and in a different class!
    It's correct.

    BTW, the high class volvo transmission fails at 3 years. And warranty was only 2 years so I pay for the fix myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubanomx View Post
    It's correct.

    BTW, the high class volvo transmission fails at 3 years. And warranty was only 2 years so I pay for the fix myself.
    Yikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by cubanomx View Post
    It's correct.

    BTW, the high class volvo transmission fails at 3 years. And warranty was only 2 years so I pay for the fix myself.

    eww, that sucks! But those new 2018 xc40's are so nice looking!

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