Audi a5 cabriolet electric front seat operation

carlos19664

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I have an Audi A5 Cab with leather electric front seats , since owning the car I am a little confused as to how the operation of the front passenger seat works when I want someone to get in the back, my seats have a rocker switch with an arrow pointing in opposite directions, I would assume either controls for and aft movement but it appears to be temperamental when I press either
Am I doing something wrong?
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Temperamental as in?

That's the easy access switch which is faster than the side switch.
 

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As said by NHN, that's the easy access slider switch. Assuming (perhaps incorrectly) that they're all programmed the same, flip the seat forward and quick press forward and the seat should slide forward as far as it will go. Flip the seat back and press and hold the button back and the seat slides back to its original position and stops. Mine has its moments of not listening, but I suspect that's more my laziness in not moving the seat properly than anything!!!
 
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Yeah they do have issues listening to commands at times, mine do the same, time of the month I'd say.
 
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