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How do I set seat heat, ringer vol at startup?

How can I get the seat heat to start in the low setting? It's not so bad when I turn it on myself, but when it stars automatically it always starts on high. So now I drive for 5 minutes and slowly realize just how hot this seat gets. The other setting I need to change is the volume on the ringtone. We are just cruising along quietly discussing world affairs and the like when the phone rings, startling us like like someone just sent a shrill tone through my beats headset. Sure the first thing I do is turn the volume down but the next time I'm in the car, there it is again. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

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Re: How do I set seat heat, ringer vol at startup?

I don't think there is an adjustment for the seat. either it comes on automatically or doesn't.

Radio; Do you have the latest firmware for the uconnect? That may help if you don't. Also the ring volume has to be adjusted while it's ringing and it should stick. Same for the navigation voice volume.
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Re: How do I set seat heat, ringer vol at startup?

Hi thanks for helping. I did the update in august 2014 I'll check to see if there is a new one. I have turned down the volume while it was ringing but it returns to the loud ring, maybe after a restarting the car. As for the seat heat it would be nice if I could set a preference for the automatic start up.
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Re: How do I set seat heat, ringer vol at startup?

not sure about ring- i rarely get calls in the car for whatever reason. But the nav volume ALWAYS returns to the stupid default. i have the latest 2014 firmware installed. No matter how much i lower her that chick is always SCREAMING at me that i'm speeding- lol.
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Re: How do I set seat heat, ringer vol at startup?

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... No matter how much i lower her that chick is always SCREAMING at me that i'm speeding- lol.
Are you sure thats not the person sitting next to you?
(Sorry, I couldn't help it)
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Are you sure thats not the person sitting next to you?
(Sorry, I couldn't help it)
LOL- no that person is usually kvetching about something else...
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