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Q: How do I control the volume from the steering wheel?

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How do I control the volume from the steering wheel?

A: The steering wheel has two volume buttons, ...

The steering wheel has two volume buttons, labeled + and -. You can increase the volume of your audio system by pressing the + button, or decrease it by pressing the – button.

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