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Q: What are the steering wheel controls?

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What are the steering wheel controls?

A: For your convenience, there are controls lo...

For your convenience, there are controls located on the steering wheel. These controls help you manage things like the radio and navigation without you having to remove your hands from the steering wheel. To use the steering wheel controls.

  1. Press the –Vol+ to increase or decrease the volume.

  2. Press the Seek button to change stations or tracks.

  3. Press the Media button to change between radio inputs.

  4. Press the Navigation button to use the navigation system if equipped.

  5. Press the Hands-Free button to make or take a phone call if equipped.

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