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Q: How do I put the music only in the back

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How do I put the music only in the back?
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: You should access the fader function of the...

You should access the fader function of the radio and it will give you the option to go to the front or the rear. Not all radios have this function, and some will only be able to fade sound from either left or right.

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