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memory seat doesn't work today?press all 1,2,3 button not recall???is it fuse problem??
 
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memory seat doesn't work today?press all 1,2,3 button not recall???is it fuse problem??
I Found my fuse box missing fuse no.8 slot 60A fuse...what is the (CM) mean ???
 
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I have no idea, but it looks like the cigar lighter does not need it.. so weww, that was close..

Break out the cubans.
 
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I have no idea, but it looks like the cigar lighter does not need it.. so weww, that was close..

Break out the cubans.
also have the fuse box below the steel wheels.but the fuse is fine.so i think the first one missing fuse make my memory seat out of service
 
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CM might mean Computer Module????
 
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Mine did not work at first either but after I went through the initializing steps and it is fine now. Try that next.
 
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Mine did not work at first either but after I went through the initializing steps and it is fine now. Try that next.

how to initializing?
 
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Originally Posted by ccwboy View Post
how to initializing?
It is in the owners manual and I do not have it in front of me but it goes something like this:

with the ignition on move the seat through all the range of motions to thier extremes and hold briefly:
back and forth
up and down
tilt and back ect.

this reprograms the computer to "see" the seats
Cowboy if you need more accurate instructions let me know and I can bring the book in and copy it down for you.
 
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I gotta try that - similar to the window program
 
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Originally Posted by Dr.Disaster View Post
It is in the owners manual and I do not have it in front of me but it goes something like this:

with the ignition on move the seat through all the range of motions to thier extremes and hold briefly:
back and forth
up and down
tilt and back ect.

this reprograms the computer to "see" the seats
Cowboy if you need more accurate instructions let me know and I can bring the book in and copy it down for you.
thank Dr.Disaster.is great i can follow instructions.
 
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thank Dr.Disaster.is great i can follow instructions.
Here it is copied from the manual. You owe me big time bro. I don't type to fast or well. Big smile!
The memory system is initialized as follows:

- Open the driver’s door, switch the ignition on but do not start the engine.
- Adjust the drivers seat so that it is positioned all the way forward, then continue to press the sear control for a further two seconds.

Repeat the procedure but this time position the seat all the way rearward.

-Repeat the above procedure, adjusting to both movement extremities, for all the individual seat adjustment control/ positions( height, tilt, backrest and cushion) Remember to hold the button for the two second period at the extremity of each adjustment.

Repeat the three steps above for the front passenger seat.

-The driver must then initialize the steering column adjustment control by moving the column to the uppermost and lowest settings, then fully forward and rearward, holding the control for two seconds at the extremity of each adjustment.

Following successful initialization the memory settings will need to be reprogrammed.


 
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Here it is copied from the manual. You owe me big time bro. I don't type to fast or well. Big smile!
YOU ARE SUPER NICE.thank so much.
 
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Here it is copied from the manual. You owe me big time bro. I don't type to fast or well. Big smile!

you are the expert Dr.Disaster...it back to work now.
 
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ccwboy, glad to be of some help.
 
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Originally Posted by Dr.Disaster View Post
Here it is copied from the manual. You owe me big time bro. I don't type to fast or well. Big smile!
Thanks Dr. for this old post. It solved my problem with the memory seat. I had tried all the seat resets from instructions on the VW Phaeton site but missed the steering wheel resets. Problem solved --- trip to dealer avoided. Still may have to visit dealer for keyless key programming on 2 brand new keys. Any suggestions there?
Also, has anyone found an online owners manual for a 2006 Continental GT? Need the info but not in a leather bound $300 to $500 edition.
Thanks again
 

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