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How do you use the auto select feature on the radio?
If you haven’t yet stored any preset stations in your car’s radio, you can use the auto select to do so. Here’s how it works:
Press the button labeled setup.
Press the center of the main knob to choose auto select.
The radio will now automatically scan both the AM and FM bands and store stations on your presets for you.
Press the center of the volume/tuning knob again while the system is scanning to cancel auto select and keep your original preset stations.
The auto select system will only store the strongest AM and FM stations in your radio.
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