Q: Q: How do I use the Aux port?

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How do I use the Aux port?

The Aux port allows you to connect various portable devices to the car’s speaker system.

  1. Push on the lid of the accessory ports under the radio display.

  2. Open up the cover so you can connect the cable.

  3. Press the button Media until Aux shows in the display.

Tip

The only function which can be managed from the audio system is changing the volume. Everything else is handled through the device.

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