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Q: How do you use the CD/MP3 player?

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How do you use the CD/MP3 player?

A: In addition to letting you listen to radio ...

In addition to letting you listen to radio stations, your car’s radio also lets you listen to audio CDs, as well as MP3 discs. Here’s how to work the system:

  1. Press the CD button.
  2. Load the CD.
  3. Press the eject button to eject a CD from the system.
  4. Use the play button to play a track.
  5. Use the seek button to change tracks.
  6. Press pause to pause the disc.
  7. Use the direct button to skip straight to tracks you want to play.

If you have an MP3 disc in the player, you can use the cat button to access folders on the disc.

Tip

The CD player only supports certain types of audio files. If your disc will not play, make sure the file type is supported.

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