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Q: How do I fast forward or rewind using the steering wheel?

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How do I fast forward or rewind using the steering wheel?

When listening to a CD, a USB device, or an iPod, you can fast forward or rewind with your steering wheel buttons. To fast forward, press and hold the Up button on the Seek/Preset switch for at least 0.8 seconds. To rewind, press and hold the Down button on the switch for at least 0.8 seconds. Release the button when you wish to start playing the track again.

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