Q: How do I turn on shuffle?

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How do I turn on shuffle?

When shuffle mode is turned on, your vehicle will play the CD tracks in random order. To turn on shuffle, press the RDM button, depending on your sound system model. To turn off shuffle mode, press the button a second time.

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