Q: How do I turn on or turn off the infotainment system?

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How do I turn on or turn off the infotainment system?

To turn on the infotainment system, press the power button, which is also the volume control knob. Press the button a second time to turn off the infotainment system. If you don’t turn off the system, it will automatically power down 10 minutes after the vehicle has been turned off.

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