Finding a Station

To select the band, see “Audio Source” earlier in this section.

Turn the Menu knob to find a radio station. To select a preset station, touch the FAV button and choose a preset button.

Seeking a Station

Press to search for a or station. to search for a station.

AM

1. Press the AM screen button on the Home Page or select AM from the source pop-up to display the AM main page.

2. From the AM screen, press the Menu screen button to display the AM stations.

3. Press to select the desired option. To update the station list, touch Refresh.

FM

1. Press the FM screen button on the Home Page or select FM from the source pop-up to display the FM main page.

2. From the FM screen, press the Menu screen button to display the FM stations.

3. Press to select the desired option. To update the station list, touch Refresh.

XM (If Equipped)

1. Press the XM screen button on the Home Page or select XM from the source pop-up to display the XM main page.

2. From the XM screen, press the Menu screen button to display the XM categories.

3. Touch a desired category and then turn the TUNE/MENU knob to scroll the station list.

Changing the Sources

To change audio sources from any of the audio main pages (AM, FM, XM, CD, USB/iPod, or AUX), press the SOURCE button on the faceplate or the Source screen button to display a pop-up of available audio sources. Touch-tap or press the SOURCE button on the faceplate repeatedly to change the desired source.

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