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Storing the settings on the car key
Ergonomic and comfort settings can be individually assigned to the car keys.
Individual memory information can be stored on a total of 4 car keys. In the case of further car keys, the memory information from key 4 is adopted.
Automatic storage through locking of the vehicle
This function must be activated on the multifunction display.
For information on switching the automatic storage function on and off:
In what situation is it useful to activate the "Auto Memory" function?
Each driver uses his or her own key. When locking the vehicle, the last selected settings are stored on the key. When changing drivers, the personal settings can be retrieved via the respective keys.
If the "Auto Memory" function is activated, the settings stored manually on the key are overwritten each time the vehicle is locked.
Storage by pressing key button 3 in the driver’s door
In what situation is it useful to store the settings on key button 3?
You would like to store or retrieve a few of the settings when stationary or during driving and not only when locking/unlocking the vehicle. Make sure that the "Auto Memory" function is deactivated.
Otherwise, the settings will be overwritten when locking the vehicle.
Retrieving the settings from the car key
Ergonomic and comfort settings can be individually retrieved from the car key.
Automatic retrieval through unlocking of the vehicle
The settings are retrieved from the car key being used when the vehicle is unlocked and the driver’s door is opened.
By pressing key button 3 in the driver’s door
Why do the settings on key button 3 not correspond to the ones I have stored?
If the "Auto Memory" function in the multifunction display is activated, all the ergonomic and comfort settings are stored on the key when locking the vehicle. Settings stored on key button 3 are overwritten in the process.