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Q: How do you adjust items on the touchscreen?

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How do you adjust items on the touchscreen?

A: Your touchscreen offers quite a bit of func...

Your touchscreen offers quite a bit of functionality, and can allow you to adjust a very wide range of settings, from navigation to the volume of the in-car hands-free calling system. However, adjusting any item is pretty easy. Here’s how:

  1. Tap the + symbol to adjust the setting higher.

  2. Tap the – symbol to adjust the setting lower.

  3. Tap the single arrow up to scroll up the list.

  4. Tap the single arrow down to scroll down the list.

  5. Tap the double arrow up to skip up one page.

  6. Tap the double arrow down to skip down a page.


Don’t use the touchscreen while driving. It distracts you from the road and decreases your safety. Only adjust settings when the car is stopped and parked.

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