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Q: How do I adjust the fader and balance?

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How do I adjust the fader and balance?

Adjusting the fader and balance in your infotainment system is easy:

  1. Press the Tone button on the system.

  2. Turn the Menu or Menu/Sel knob to highlight Fader or Balance, and then press the knob to select that submenu.

  3. Turn the Menu or Menu/Sel knob to select the value for that submenu.

  4. Press the Back button to return to the Tone Settings menu.

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