Q: How do I have the iPod repeat a track?

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How do I have the iPod repeat a track?

If the iPod is connected to the infotainment system with a USB cable, then you can control the repeat feature through the system. Here’s how:

  1. Rotate the Menu or Menu/Sel knob until it highlights Repeat, then press the knob to select this category.

  2. Use the Menu or Menu/Sel knob to select On.

  3. Press the Back button to return to the main screen.

  4. When you want to turn repeat off, repeat steps 1-3, but select Off instead of On.


This will also work with a Zune and some other portable devices.

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