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Old 03-31-2001, 09:44 AM
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I'm pretty sure that Kuan is correct. For safety reasons US law prohibits power seats from working while the key is off. This prevents a child from crushing themselves by playing with the seat controls if they are left alone to play in the front seat (which they shouldn't be anyway, but this is the USA for ya.) Either the door has to be open, or the key has to be on. That's the way my W126 is also.
Bob Roe
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