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Q: How do I change the radio settings?

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How do I change the radio settings?

A: Listening to the radio is a great way to pa...

Listening to the radio is a great way to pass the time when driving. The radio in your vehicle can be customized to meet your listening preferences and provide a better listening experience. To change the Radio Settings.

  1. Press the Audio button to choose between the settings you want to change.

  2. Press the Up and Down arrow keys on the radio to adjust the amount of each setting in place as well at the Seek arrow keys to adjust where the sound comes out in the vehicle.

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