Volvo XC90: Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-up display * - SEATS AND STEERING WHEELVolvo XC90: Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-up display *

(Option/accessory)

Adjustment settings for the power* seat, door mirrors and head-up display* can be stored in the memory buttons.

Three different positions for the power* seat, door mirrors and head-up display* can be stored using the memory buttons. The buttons are located on the inside of either one or both* front doors.

Volvo XC90. Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-up display *

Volvo XC90. Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-up display * Memory button.

Volvo XC90. Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-up display * Memory button.

Volvo XC90. Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-up display * Memory button.

Volvo XC90. Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-up display * Button M for storing a setting.

Storing positions

  1. Adjust the seat, door mirrors and head-up display to the desired position.
  2. Press and hold the M button. The indicator light in the button will illuminate.
  3. Within three seconds, press and hold the 1, 2 or 3 button.
    • When the position has been stored in the memory button, an audio signal will sound and the indicator light in the M button will go out.

If none of the memory buttons are pressed within three seconds, the M button will go out and no position will be stored.

The seats, door mirrors or head-up display must be readjusted before a new memory position can be set.

NOTE

For the stored positions to work, all driver profiles need to be in Protect Profile mode.

* Option/accessory.

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