No Memory Features for Driver 3 or 4

After adding additional keys/fobs (Remote Keyless Entry transmitters) on some 2014 Silverado 1500, Sierra 1500; 2015-2018 Silverado, Sierra, Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon and Escalade models equipped with Automatic Memory Recall (RPO A45), the Driver Information Center (DIC) may display a “You are Driver 3 (or 4) for Memory Features” message. (Fig. 13) This message may prompt some owners to question how to access the memory features for driver positions 3, 4, etc.


Fig. 13


The automatic memory recall feature is only available for keys/fobs learned to driver positions 1 and 2. If additional keys/fobs are added to a vehicle, the DIC will prompt a message to indicate the driver position that the key/fob has been learned to.


The DIC message appears only to let the driver know which driver position that key/fob has been learned to. There are no Automatic Memory Recall features available for key/fob positions after driver 2. This is normal operation and no additional repairs should be made.


TIP: If a key/fob is being replaced that was originally learned to driver position 1 or 2, the replacement key/fob should be learned to the same driver position or the Automatic Memory Recall feature may not operate correctly.


– Thanks to James Will


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