Interior lock button

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  1. eli4x4

    eli4x4 Active Member

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    Hey Brian,
    I ended up ordering a new set (LR029817 & LR031891), I wasn't happy with the used one's. keep me posted on the install and I'll do the same.
     
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    Still haven't gotten to the install yet. Heading to Asheville for an owners event then when I return I'll see what I can accomplish.
     
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    Enjoy and post pics ...
     
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    I’m looking forward to this upgrade that you Gus are doing. I’ve got an HSE and will wait to see you get this squared away. Thanks for posting this!
     
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    As a Lux owner, I didn't realize that was not present on the other models.
    It gets used multiple times a week in our household, so can't wait for it to break;)

    Wow, $50K+ starting price for a car and no memory seat buttons?

    My wife's old 06' 3-series keys alerted the car to switch to the corresponding driver's settings when you pressed the unlock button. Can't believe that hasn't spread to other makers...
     
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    My 07' GMC Sierra has this feature. Such a great little detail. Current Sierra's only change after you start the engine, which makes no sense whatsoever.
     
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    I liked the feature in my Jaguar XJ8 that pushed the seat back and tilted the wheel up every time I unlocked it. Once inside everything autoadjusted to memory settings. It gave the feeling of the cockpit tucking in around me. Same thing when I would put it in Park and turn engine off...made for easy ingress and egress, plus it just looked and felt cool.
     
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    Yeah - I had this in two different F150s probably came from the Jaguar / Ford hybrid days. Talk about miserable - the seat backing up and forward always sound like it was grinding to death. It always felt like it was undue wear and tear on the motor/gears and I didn't need it to happen to get in an out. I had memory seats too and I can't recall ever using them. When I went for the LR line I did think "huh, luxury vehicle with none of this? Meh. Less to break" :)
     
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    Anyhoo... Can anyone help with a diagram of the interior lock button assembly? The ones on the parts sites don't help. I may just remove the door panel to be safe
     

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