Radio Settings

To access the Radio Settings menu:

1. Press the CONFIG button.

2. Turn the TUNE/MENU knob until Radio Settings displays. Press the TUNE/MENU knob to display other options within that feature.

Audio system settings or features can be customized for:

  • Audio Cue Options
  • Auto Volume
  • Gracenote Options
  • Startup Volume
  • Number of Favorite Pages
  • XM Categories
  • RDS
  • Software Version Menus

Audio Cue Options: Audio Cue Volume: Press + or - or turn the TUNE/MENU knob to increase or decrease the audio cue volume.

Turn the TUNE/MENU knob to On or Off to turn Audio Cues on or off.

Auto Volume: Turn the TUNE/ MENU knob to select volume Off, Low, Medium, or High.

Gracenote Options: Press the TUNE/MENU knob to turn Normalization on or off.

Startup Volume: Press + or - or turn the TUNE/MENU knob to increase or decrease the infotainment startup volume.

Number of Favorite Pages: Turn the TUNE/MENU knob to highlight the number of favorites. Press the TUNE/MENU knob to select.

XM Categories: If equipped, turn the TUNE/MENU knob to highlight the category. Press the TUNE/ MENU knob to select. Turn the TUNE/MENU knob to Show all XM Categories to display all categories.

RDS: Press the TUNE/MENU knob to turn RDS on or off.

Software Version Menus: Turn the TUNE/MENU knob to highlight the menu. Press the TUNE/MENU knob to select software menu.

Finding a Station

Select a band such as AM, FM, or XM (if equipped).

Turn the TUNE/MENU knob to find a radio station. To select a preset station, press the corresponding preset button.

See “Mixed-Band Presets” following for more information.

Seeking a Station

Presss to search for a station. or Local Station List Search (Radio with CD and Touchscreen) to search for a station.

Local Station List Search (Radio with CD and Touchscreen)

To find a list of local stations in the current AM or FM band, turn the TUNE/MENU knob. The radio performs a search for available stations.

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