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Q: How do I change the audio setting with the steering wheel?

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How do I change the audio setting with the steering wheel?

A: The steering wheel sound system switches ar...

The steering wheel sound system switches are all located on the backside of the steering wheel.

To adjust the audio setting, you’ll want to reach your right hand behind the steering wheel, to find a cluster of buttons and switches. Press the middle button, in between the volume adjusters. This will toggle the audio setting between CD, Radio, and AUX.

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