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Q: How do I change a track with the steering wheel?

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How do I change a track with the steering wheel?

A: You can use the buttons on your steering wh...

You can use the buttons on your steering wheel to toggle between songs when listening to a CD or MP3 disc. Press the up arrow on the steering wheel to go to the next track, or the down arrow to go to the previous track. These toggle switches will also control the radio stations.

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