Originally Posted by Shots
You can download the owner's manual from Jeeps website - Manual Link
Follow that link, click the year, and model. The manual can be saved as a 4.38MB pdf file, so you can read through it all, or search via adobe's reader.
The manual will tell you how to program the key to go to preset 1 or preset 2 based on which key is used to unlock the door. It also tells you how to set the seat to go to entry/exit mode.
+1 on what Shots said. You can program the Jeep to drop down to Entry/Exit height mode via the quadralift and/or the seat will move back automatically to give you more space to get in and out. You do this through the EVIC buttons on your steering wheel. You can also go to Enter/Exit height by pressing the down button on your console. You can press it at speeds under 25 and when you reach speed under 15 mph it will begin to lower. Or you can wait till you get in the garage and press the down button but you will have to wait for it to lower. Opening the door or turning off the vehicle during quadralift operation will stop the lowering process.
IF that doesn't get you low enough, you can purchase step bars that you can use as a step to get in and out much easier. I'm just linking a step to give you a general idea of what they look like. You can get black or chrome. Search several sources for the best deal before you buy, again I'm just linking the first ones I find for reference: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...kee+side+steps
There are also a few threads on the forum concerning step bars and rock rails. I'm not familiar enough with the rock rails to say whether or not they double as a step, but they do look cool and help protect your vehicle if you go off road in rocky country.
Since you have Quadralift air ride suspension, you cannot use lowering coil springs to lower your vehicle.
Best of luck to you. Feel free to ask any further questions you may have. Plenty of good guys on here that have answers. Sometimes they can even agree on a single answer. (Sometimes) lol.