Q: How do I skip iPod and USB songs with the steering wheel?

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How do I skip iPod and USB songs with the steering wheel?

You can easily skip tracks on your iPad or USB device via the steering wheel audio controls. Press the Up button to play the next track, or press the Down button to restart the current track. Press the Down button multiple times to play the previous track.

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