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Old 01-28-2008, 03:29 PM
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Electrical Gremlins

Ok, so my memory seat feature has developed a bad case of the gremlins... When I used the key fob this morning my mirrors were both down and out as far as they could go and the pedals were moving back and forth about an inch. I readjusted things where I wanted and reset the memory buttons and the key fob. And now when I use either the key fob or one of the memory buttons on the seat the mirrors and pedals just keep making small adjustments and wont stop until I hit the "set" button again.

I used up my last can of gremlin repellant, so I was just curious if anybody else has ever seen this before?
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