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how do i get the seat to move =back when i turn off engine...the wheel goes up but not the seat and i cannot find how to do it in the manual
 

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The RC does not have a setting to move the seat on engine stop as it does with the steering wheel (and as do many other Lexus models). Therefore, the answer to your unpunctuated and uncapitalized question is: push the horizontal bar on the side of the driver's seat toward the rear of the car. The seat will slide back as long as you apply pressure to the control. (I know - I cannot believe they expect us to live like that.)
 

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Now that you helped me, here's a little trick that works just as well. Program your seat and settings to #1 . Then program the seat extended all the way back with the steering wheel all the way up to #2 . This way, when you are ready to exit, press #2 when in park and it will do the same thing. Then when you get back into the car, press #1 and you're on your way!
 

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Now that you helped me, here's a little trick that works just as well. Program your seat and settings to #1 . Then program the seat extended all the way back with the steering wheel all the way up to #2 . This way, when you are ready to exit, press #2 when in park and it will do the same thing. Then when you get back into the car, press #1 and you're on your way!
That's what I did and it is great. :D
 
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I recall that the seat and mirror positions can be linked to the 2 keys separately. If you do that for your key, it would seem that if you hit button 2 in order to exit the car, the seat would return to position 1 when you enter it with your key. I only have one driver for my car, so I have not utilized this feature, but you might look into it, as it would solve at least half of your "problem."
 

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thank you .....yes ,and this is the way i have been doing it in the past , by using the program buttons ,1 and 3. i thought that maybe they had catch up with other makers .
 

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thank you .....yes ,and this is the way i have been doing it in the past , by using the program buttons ,1 and 3. i thought that maybe they had catch up with other makers .
I have the feature on my LS430, and RX350 why they only went half way on the RC beats me. My LS is 12 YR's old and it has it. I think all my other Lexus vehicles had it also. A GS and LX. There are a number of other features like opening the windows with key fob but on the LS I could open and close.
Love my RC to death but a little disappointed on some of the short changing on little features that you would expect on a premium luxury sport car.
 

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I have the feature on my LS430, and RX350 why they only went half way on the RC beats me. My LS is 12 YR's old and it has it. I think all my other Lexus vehicles had it also. A GS and LX. There are a number of other features like opening the windows with key fob but on the LS I could open and close.
Love my RC to death but a little disappointed on some of the short changing on little features that you would expect on a premium luxury sport car.

Believe it or not many coupes don't have it purposely so if there's anyone in back, their legs don't get smushed since space if often limited. My G37 coupe didn't but the G37 sedan does.
 
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