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Hi, can anyone help! my drivers seat does not now  auto retract when I turn off ignition. All seat movements work from the adjustment buttons on the side of the seat, also works from the buttons on the door (memory positions).

Was wondering if it could be a fuse, looking in manual there are several different fuses for the seat.

Anyone had this problem? My model is 2014 GS300h.

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also in the settings menu I have the seat to fully retract when ignition is turned off.

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The GS certainly have more comfortable adjustment possibilities than the CT.

We have 3 positions we can program and only 2 driving the car so we have number 3 in fully retract position.

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Had a similar problem with the drivers seat not doing what I thought it should do. The steering wheel would tilt but the seat remained in wrong position or wouldn’t move.

this is a cure. Hybrid system on, in park ,  move seat fully forward and hold for 10 secs move seat full back hold for ten secs. Do same for  seat back,

now set  the seat position u want  and then press set and 1 with 3 secs.

shut hybrid system down , get out of car and lock it, wait two minutes then get into the car, power up then press seat position  1 

seat should now move to correct position.

Note if you move seat from set position the seat will auto remember it’s last position

hope that helps 





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7 hours ago, Spock66 said:

Do you have the seat already set to fully retracted?

Pos. 1 and 2 are for us 2 driving the car. Pos 3 is fully retracted, but never used.

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Thanks Julncamp54 will give it a try on Wednesday when I get the car back, lets hope it works, will let yo know!

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I tried what you said Julian (Julncamp54) and yes it worked, amazing, thanks for your time and answering my query.

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