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Q: How do I use the steering wheel mode control button?

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How do I use the steering wheel mode control button?

A: The steering wheel mode control button is o...

The steering wheel mode control button is on the left side of the steering wheel, and says MODE. Press this button to turn on the sound system, or, if the sound system is on, to select the audio source.

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