Q: What does the Source button do?

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What does the Source button do?

The Source button is located on your steering wheel. You can press this button to cycle through the available audio modes on your audio system. The order that the Source button operates in is FM1, FM2, AM, XM1 (if available), XM2 (if available), CD, and then AUX. Press the Source button at any point to move to the next audio mode.

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