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sestorious



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2008 seat movement when ignition on ignition off

Hi all, as the title, wen I switch ignition on or of my seat moves. I'm sure it's call called access comfort or something 🤔 Anyway, is there a way of switching it off as it's doing my head in ? I could turn it off in my previous cars but can't figure out how to do it ? I set my seat to where I want it but it keeps moving so I have to reset it ? Thanks all !

Post #522257 Wed Mar 29 2017 5:47pm
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Bill Portland



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If it's the same as mine, you can access it from the steering wheel right hand control, somewhere in the set up menu.

It should go back to the place you set it though anyway. Merc C220 estate Sport AMG
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Andy K



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turn ignition on
press the button on the end of the indicator stalk until it displays SETTINGS

now use the radio buttons on the steering wheel to cycle thru the options. >> ?

I think the option you want is LAZY entry.

when finish the stalk button saves settings



If you have an electric steering column, switch the knob from AUTO to off,

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Eaters



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As Andy says. The knob can be found halfway down the steering column on the left had side Robin
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Col



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Bill Portland wrote:
If it's the same as mine, you can access it from the steering wheel right hand control, somewhere in the set up menu.

It should go back to the place you set it though anyway.


Strange my MY13 A/B has the same rotary switch on the column as mentioned by Andy, either auto or manual position

Cheers
Col

Post #522309 Wed Mar 29 2017 11:56pm
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Bill Portland



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Mine does too but, on mine, that control just affects steering wheel movement, not the seat movement. Merc C220 estate Sport AMG
Merc C220 estate Sport AMG 125 year edition
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Rover 76 V6

Post #522315 Thu Mar 30 2017 9:42am
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Col



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Not sure then because mine controls the seat as well as column when in the auto position.

Cheers
Col

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