Playing the Radio

PWR (Power): Push this knob to turn the system on and off.

: Turn this knob clockwise or VOLUME counterclockwise to increase or to decrease: Turn this knob clockwise or counterclockwise to increase or to decrease the volume.

INFO (Information): When the ignition is off, press this knob to display the time.

For RDS, press the INFO knob to change what appears on the display while using RDS. The display options are station name, RDS station frequency, PTY, and the name of the program (if available).

For XM™ (if equipped), press the INFO knob while in XM™ mode to retrieve four different categories of information related to the current song or channel: Artist, Song Title, Category or PTY, Channel Number/Channel Name.

To change the default on the display, press the INFO knob until you see the desired display, then hold the knob until a beep sounds. The selected display becomes the default.

AUTO VOL (Automatic Volume): With automatic volume, the audio system adjusts automatically to make up for road and wind noise as you drive by increasing the volume as vehicle speed increases.

Set the volume at the desired level. Press this button to select MIN (minimum), MED (medium), or MAX (maximum). AUTO VOL displays. Each higher setting provides more volume compensation at faster vehicle speeds. To turn automatic volume off, press this button until AUTO VOL OFF displays.

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