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#1 fuguzilla

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 12:35 PM

Have 2004 GX470 - finally the battery died... Had no choice but replacing the battery in the parking lot knowing there are many things won't work after the battery replacement.

I read the forum and was able to fix the window control from driver side.

But I haven't seen any post regarding to the problem with programing the driver seat. Currently I can't program it.

In addition, any other issues that I need to be aware of ?

Sounds like this should be part of the FAQ...

Thanks for any help.

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#2 steviej

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 09:36 PM

Have 2004 GX470 - finally the battery died... Had no choice but replacing the battery in the parking lot knowing there are many things won't work after the battery replacement.

I read the forum and was able to fix the window control from driver side.

But I haven't seen any post regarding to the problem with programing the driver seat. Currently I can't program it.

In addition, any other issues that I need to be aware of ?

Sounds like this should be part of the FAQ...

Thanks for any help.


did you consult your owners manual?
When you disconnect the battery any presets held in memory are lost. This include radio stations and seat positions.

Move the seat and the mirrors to the position you want them in.
While the car is running and in Park:
1. step on the brake pedal,
2. hold in the SET button (next to the seat position preset buttons).
3. press the numbered button to which you want to store your position settings. you will hear a long beeeeeep.
4. take you fingers off the buttons and your foot off the brake pedal.

Now move the seat and mirrors way out of position. press the seat button you just programmed and see if you seat returns to the position you programmed.

steviej


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