Q: How do I use the auto seek feature from the steering wheel?

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How do I use the auto seek feature from the steering wheel?

The auto seek feature can be controlled with your steering wheel when you are listening to the radio. To use the auto seek feature, press the Seek/Preset switch for more than 0.8 seconds. Pressing the Up button on this switch will auto seek forward, while pressing the Down button on this switch will auto seek backwards.

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