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2nd row seat won't tilt when easy access engaged (half the time)

Discussion in 'Model X: Interior & Exterior' started by commasign, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. commasign

    commasign Active Member

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    Sorry for yet another 2nd row seat thread, but I'll keep this as specific as possible. The 2nd row outboard seat on my X only tilts half the time when easy access is engaged. Typically during the morning it works fine but in the afternoon it doesn't. Sometimes someone sits in the 2nd row, sometimes not (for example today no one sat in the 2nd row all day, yet both videos attached are from today) so I don't think it's the occupancy detector in the 2nd row seat (though that would be a good theory). Anyone have the same issue?

    2nd row seat tilting normally (in the morning)

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    2nd row seat not tilting (in the afternoon)

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  2. GordonBremer

    GordonBremer Member

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    Funny, but I never had this tilt issue until yesterday evening. We had five people in the MX. The one in the third row could not get out on the right side because the second row right seat would not tilt. Could not check it out at that time.This morning, it worked fine. There were no obstructions, etc.?????
     
  3. commasign

    commasign Active Member

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    Correct. No obstructions. It just doesn't tilt half the time.
     
  4. commasign

    commasign Active Member

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    Looks like this has been fixed with the .150 firmware. No tilt problems all day so far. Fingers crossed.
     

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