OK. I guess I have to explain why I had the question. No issues.I just wanted to get some feedback on where/how the confusion occurred.
Oh, so you were under the impression that the button was simply just an On/Off without a way of changing its intensity? Also since it had been such a long time since you realized that you had the heated seats on and since there was no dial like in the QX60, in your mind, that was the only available setting.OK. I guess I have to explain why I had the question. No issues.
I started using the heated seats 2 weeks ago and had it turn on. Never touch the button since. I didnt feel the heat like I did on the QX60 where there is a dial next to the cup holder to change the intensity.
I guess If i would have decided to turn it off, I would realize by pressing it twice, it changes the intensity.
Sorry for asking....
You don't feel that the information displaying in the screen as Auto-High-Med-Low as feedback?Regardless of what's in the manual, passengers don't read it. My wife tried it and said nothing happens when you push the button. She's absolutely right, because there is no indicator at the button you are pushing. BMW manages this correctly with LEDs. The button toggling through four positions is not intuitive because there's no feedback.
it seems that making me lean over and select the proper menu to view the status of the heated seats is a bit much. Perhaps an led that changes intensity might be nice....just sayingYou don't feel that the information displaying in the screen as Auto-High-Med-Low as feedback?