: Exit Setting



Cadjiek
04-06-13, 10:55 AM
Iam still experiencing a problem when opening the door to exit the car. The exit setting stops too soon. Am I getting out of the car too quick or what? Anybody else?

RockvilleXTS
04-06-13, 12:27 PM
I had that problem at the beginning, and to my embarrassment, discovered it was a user error. When I was opening the door, my hand was slightly touching the buttons for the memory seats, and I didn't realize it. That stops the full activation of the memory seat setting in its tracks. Check to see if you are doing the same thing. Avoid touching the memory buttons when you open the door.

handymantoo
04-06-13, 05:17 PM
I had this problem and the dealer replaced the seat module or reprogrammed it AFTER the CUE upgrade, and it now works fine.

Cadjiek
04-06-13, 07:01 PM
Mike
I just got my car back yesterday. They performed the update you just described but it didn't help.

Cadjiek

cblove
04-06-13, 08:02 PM
Cadjiek, this may seem elementary but have you tried re-setting the exit setting?

Cadjiek
04-08-13, 12:09 PM
I think RockvilleXTS got the right answer. I watched my hand when opening the door, and I could see the side of my hand hittting the panel with the buttons. I guess when in a hurry that's what I was doing. I'll keep an eye on it. Thanks guys.

Caddy Daddy.com
04-21-13, 11:40 AM
Just had my CUE updated and this feature worked perfect before the update. Now seat will not go back with this feature on. Where is the check list that dealers should have to make sure all works. My dealer is one hour from my home. DADDY

Cadjiek
04-21-13, 01:48 PM
Daddy

Did you try setting up your exit settings when you got home? I had to re do all the exit settings and seating settings when I got home. Another strange thing, I couldn't get the settings to register. For some reason the fob I was using before I took it in was being used as fob #1. After they did what ever to the control module the fob works as the #2. The #2 fob I had as my spare now works as #1. Weird!! Maybe that will help you from having to go back to the dealer.

Cadjiek

Caddy Daddy.com
04-22-13, 11:41 AM
Daddy

Did you try setting up your exit settings when you got home? I had to re do all the exit settings and seating settings when I got home. Another strange thing, I couldn't get the settings to register. For some reason the fob I was using before I took it in was being used as fob #1. After they did what ever to the control module the fob works as the #2. The #2 fob I had as my spare now works as #1. Weird!! Maybe that will help you from having to go back to the dealer.

Cadjiek

You are correct. Needed to program my EZ exit. Did not need to do this when the car was new. Thank you DADDY

tlanham
04-24-13, 12:50 PM
If you had the new CUE update did they tell and demonstrate there is a new way the seat memory works and they are Key FOB dependent now? So after an update you have to reset all the seat memory settings for each Key FOB. You have to push and hold the SET and the position simultaneously like in so many of the older vehicles. You should also figure which KEY FOB you have because one fob is for position 1 and one fob is for position 2.

Caddy Daddy.com
04-24-13, 10:11 PM
If you had the new CUE update did they tell and demonstrate there is a new way the seat memory works and they are Key FOB dependent now? So after an update you have to reset all the seat memory settings for each Key FOB. You have to push and hold the SET and the position simultaneously like in so many of the older vehicles. You should also figure which KEY FOB you have because one fob is for position 1 and one fob is for position 2.

My dealer nothing. They are very out of the loop or to busy to read the Cadillac update. I will test that out. I Just set up my exit seat memory with button on the door. DADDY

Cadjiek
07-15-13, 10:34 AM
Ever since they replaced my defective battery, this issue has gone away. Bad batteries cause all kind of funny things to happen in these high tech cars.

Stoofpilot
07-16-13, 10:50 AM
Bad battery? FOB battery?

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Choosing correct FOB. So, my wife has hers and I have mine. What do we do? She complains that her seat never goes to her position when she gets back in the car.

1. Using her FOB, do I lock and unlock the door then reset her seat and EZ exit with her FOB in the car then get out and lock and unlock with hers?

2. Do the same with mine?

Cadjiek
07-16-13, 10:53 AM
I had a feeling somebody would ask that question. It was the car battery that was replaced two weeks ago. Car needed to be jumped a couple of times. Bad cell.

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You have to program her FOB.

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It's all in the owners manual.