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Wife went to put my truck back...  she slammed the door.  Next thing she knows the power seat has gone crazy & run her to the roof! HA! HA!  (Truck was stopped.) Don't slam the door!

 

A couple of years ago, I had this same thing happen at 65 boxed in on a crowded highway through the city...  Nothing to do but keep driving.

The empty oil bottle in the door pocket can fall forward & hit the power seat button.  (In my case an unavoidable bad pot hole initiated the sequence...  before I replaced shocks, I might add.)  I thought I had the oil bottle (TCW3) retained so it couldn't do that.  I'll look at it today when she's not here. 

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Bought the wife a used Lincoln quite a few years back. It came with 2 key fobs that we could program for our seat settings. The wife, 4'10" tall and me 6'5" tall. When you pushed the door unlock button the seat would go to the fob's settings. I used to really enjoy clicking my fob when the wifey was about to drive off. She had a much better sense of humor then though I did get some plumb ugly looks. 

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