Q: How do I create and store a favorite radio station?

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How do I create and store a favorite radio station?

Your car can hold six different favorite radio stations for each brand of radio (AM, FM, and, if equipped, XM). Creating a favorite radio station is very easy:

  1. Turn your radio to the station that you would like to store as a favorite.

  2. Press and hold one of the six numbered buttons on the infotainment center. Hold the button until you hear a beep.

That radio station is now saved as a favorite, and is accessible via the button you saved it on.

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