The Nissan Murano took a short break in 2008, and returned with a revised look in 2009. This new-look Nissan crossover came in a trio of trim levels, with the LE version topping the lineup. Programming the driver's seat memory on the 2009 Murano LE is a simple process.
Setting the Seat Memory
With the vehicle in "Park," turn the ignition to the "On" position. Adjust the driver's seat, steering wheel and side-view mirrors to your desired position, then press the "Set" button on the arm rest. Within five seconds of pushing the "Set" button, push the "1" or "2" button to set the position to that memory slot.