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Q: How do I choose a radio band?

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How do I choose a radio band?

A: Choosing between AM, FM, and XM (if equippe...

Choosing between AM, FM, and XM (if equipped) radio is very easy. Simply press the RADIO/BAND or SOURCE button until you reach the radio band of your choosing.

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