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Q: How do I use the scan function?

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How do I use the scan function?

A: Your truck has a radio built into that will...

Your truck has a radio built into that will provide with enjoyable listening while you are driving. Finding the right station to set it on can be hard when you are driving. To keep your hands on the steering wheel, the radio has a Scan feature that will sample all of the stations for you convenience. To use the Scan function.

  1. Press and release the Scan button.

  2. When you hear a station you want to leave it on, press the Scan button again to stop the scan.

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