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I’m looking at a 2019 Touring and the sales guy at the dealership told me that there are 6 different memory positions available: 2 for each key fob and 2 for the car buttons. I can’t find any reference to this anywhere. Is this correct (that there are 6) or is the guy wrong and there are only 2 memory slots for drivers seat position and one can choose either #1 or #2 from either key fob or from the buttons in the car?

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@camner perhaps this thread will help: Drivers seat retract on entry? - how to enable? - SOLVED!

No reference to how many driver profiles are stored? I'm guessing it's 2.

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The driver recognition system can register up to 5 different drivers and is not fob dependent. Since I have this available I don’t bother using the seat memory buttons on the door.
 

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The driver recognition system can register up to 5 different drivers and is not fob dependent. Since I have this available I don’t bother using the seat memory buttons on the door.
You can also enable each fob to recall your seat position before entering the vehicle. I assume they just activate one of the 5 already stored. I just use the memory buttons on the door before I get in since the seat position for my wife is too close for me to be able to physically enter and driver recognition only works about 50% of the time for me. I've never enabled FOB recognition since we just grab whatever key.
 
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