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Q: How do you play a USB flash drive?

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How do you play a USB flash drive?

A: If your car has a multi-information display...

If your car has a multi-information display, you can connect your iPod or other MP3 player, but you can also connect USB flash drives to the system and listen to music that way. Here’s what you need to know to get started:

  1. Turn the key to accessory or on

  2. Turn on the radio

  3. Connect the USB flash drive to the USB connector in the center console

  4. Press the AUX button on the radio

  5. You’ll see the USB connected symbol show up on the display

  6. Use the main selector knob to cycle through folders on the drive

  7. Push the center button on the knob to enter a folder

  8. Turn the knob right and left to cycle through files

  9. Push the center button to choose a file

  10. Use seek and skip to cycle through playing tracks

  11. Use the scan button to sample songs on the drive

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