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FloridaRover



Member Since: 22 Mar 2007
Location: Coral Springs, FL
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United States 2007 Range Rover Sport 4.4 V8 HSE Buckingham Blue
Lazy Entry Question

Any help will be appreciated. Just took delivery of a RR Sport HSE (normally aspirated) and both my wife and I love he vehicle. However something does not appear to be right. We have selected "Lazy Entry - ON" for both of our key fobs but the seat does not move back to either my wife or my setting upon unlocking and entering the vehicle.

Are we doing something wrong or does it sound as if we need to have the dealer take a look?

Thanks in advance,
FloridaRover

Post #96346 Thu Mar 22 2007 3:16pm
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From what I remember you need to set the seat position with your key in the ignition - have you done this? 2005 Zambezi TDV6 - Gone but not forgotten
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FloridaRover



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United States 2007 Range Rover Sport 4.4 V8 HSE Buckingham Blue
I believe that we have

Yes I believe that we have but I will do it again with each fob and make sure that the key is in the ignition for each driver.

Thanks for the help and the great tip!

FloridaRover

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VA is right - the settings get written to the keyfob when you save them and if the key isn't in place when you do it then obviously the lazy entry features don't appear to work (they actually do, it's just that there will be no settings in the keyfob so nothing changes). 

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I need help with this feature too.
I have the key in the ignition (I tried in both pos II and with engine running).
I set the lazy entry on, but it does not work. I tried to set the memory seat at the same time. The memory seat works, but lazy entry does not. I asked at the local LR and they also did not fix it for me. My name: Patryk
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