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Q: How do I adjust the Fader and Balance features?

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How do I adjust the Fader and Balance features?

You can adjust the Fader and Balance settings in your infotainment system to help create your ideal audio settings. To do so, follow these steps: 1. Press the TONE button. 2. Use the MENU/SEL knob to select Fader. 3. Use the MENU/SEL knob to select the value. 4. Press the BACK button. 5. Use the MENU/SEL knob to select Balance. 6. Use the MENU/SEL knob to select the value.

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