Q: Q: How do I mute the infotainment system?

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How do I mute the infotainment system?

To mute the infotainment system, press the Phone/Mute button, which has a symbol of both a phone, and a speaker that is crossed out. This will mute all of the audio being played through your infotainment system, though it will not pause your music. There are two ways to unmute the infotainment system: you can press the Phone/Mute button a second time, or you can adjust the volume control knob.

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