Q: How to turn off AVC on 07 Suzuki swift

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How do you turn off the AVC on a 07 Suzuki Swift?
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. The automatic volume control can be turned off by navigating through the vehicle’s menus. You also have the option to set it to low, so that the volume change is not as drastic. The system is designed to automatically raise the volume for you as you accelerate, to compensate for the noise of the engine and exhaust, however not all drivers consider the feature useful.

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