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They do in my 2005 C2S so if you have the full memory seats as I do, then I guess so. They respond to individual keys as far as I know, not the other preset seat buttons on the door.

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reading the manual it implies you are correct, if the positions have been programmed, I wonder if mine is a bit different as I have the sport chrono as well.

M - Memory button

1 - Key button

2, 3 - Person buttons

Seat Memory

Individual seat and door mirror settings can be

stored and recalled for the driver’s position.

Further individual setting options are available in

vehicles with the Sport Chrono package.

Please observe the chapter “Individual Memory” in

the separate PCM operating instructions.

Warning!

Risk of crushing due to uncontrolled recall of

a seat setting.

f Cancel automatic adjustment by pressing any

of the seat adjustment buttons.

f Do not leave children in the vehicle unattended.

Operation with person buttons 2, 3

Storing seat position

1. Apply the handbrake.

2. Switch on ignition.

Reverse gear must not be engaged.

3. Set the desired seat and door-mirror positions.

4. Keep memory button M depressed and

additionally press person button 2 or 3.

The individual setting is now stored under the

desired person button.

Recalling seat position

1. Switch on the ignition or

open the driver’s door.

2. Press person button until the seat has reached

its final position.

The setting of door mirrors and lumbar

support will be completed even if the person

button is not kept depressed.

Note

Automatic seat adjustment can be interrupted

immediately by releasing the button.

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reading the manual it implies you are correct, if the positions have been programmed, I wonder if mine is a bit different as I have the sport chrono as well.

M - Memory button

1 - Key button

2, 3 - Person buttons

Seat Memory

Individual seat and door mirror settings can be

stored and recalled for the driver’s position.

Further individual setting options are available in

vehicles with the Sport Chrono package.

Please observe the chapter “Individual Memory” in

the separate PCM operating instructions.

Warning!

Risk of crushing due to uncontrolled recall of

a seat setting.

f Cancel automatic adjustment by pressing any

of the seat adjustment buttons.

f Do not leave children in the vehicle unattended.

Operation with person buttons 2, 3

Storing seat position

1. Apply the handbrake.

2. Switch on ignition.

Reverse gear must not be engaged.

3. Set the desired seat and door-mirror positions.

4. Keep memory button M depressed and

additionally press person button 2 or 3.

The individual setting is now stored under the

desired person button.

Recalling seat position

1. Switch on the ignition or

open the driver’s door.

2. Press person button until the seat has reached

its final position.

The setting of door mirrors and lumbar

support will be completed even if the person

button is not kept depressed.

Note

Automatic seat adjustment can be interrupted

immediately by releasing the button.

Rats! You mean I have to read the manual??? I do have the Sport Chrono pkg as well. Thank you and I will read it and report back..........

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