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Q: How do I use the steering wheel to adjust the volume?

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How do I use the steering wheel to adjust the volume?

The steering wheel volume switches are located on the back of the steering wheel, on the right side. Using your right hand, feel behind the steering wheel for the volume switches. Press the top of the switch to increase the volume, and the bottom of the switch to decrease the volume.

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