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Lumbar setting not stored in user profile

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by brianman, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    Seems an odd choice not to include the lumbar setting in the user profile.

    Anybody else noticed this?
     
  2. markb1

    markb1 Active Member

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    Yes, I noticed this, too.
     
  3. jyc

    jyc Member

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    Yes, I asked about this and it's a known issue. The explanation I was given was that the lumbar setting hardware either doesn't allow it or can't be properly integrated into the seat memory system. Fairly annoying as my wife and I have VERY different lumbar support positions, but it's pretty quick to change the settings manually.
     
  4. mknox

    mknox Well-Known Member

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    Pretty sure the lumbar setting wasn't retained in the user profile of my past two cars either...
     
  5. studiojon

    studiojon Member

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    I agree, this parameter has never been stored in any of my cars including Range Rovers, Mercedes CL etc.
     
  6. bhuwan

    bhuwan Active Member

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    Same but I've never understood why ..0.
     
  7. studiojon

    studiojon Member

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    I always assumed that it doesn't have the required level of precision when inflatable airbags are used etc.
     

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