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Radio volumn goes down when braking

When I am am applying brake or stopping my radio volumn goes down. I am thinking that this is just a setting but how do I change it back?

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What it is called is (speed sensitive volume):

The radio volume automatically adjusts according to vehicle speed to compensate for road and wind noise. PRESS THE TUNE SELECTOR UP/DOWN OR SEEK LEFT/RIGHT TO TURN OFF OR SELECT RATES 1 THOUGH 7. 7 COMPENSATES THE MOST VOLUME AT HIGH SPEEDS.

I hope that this works for you. Please let me know if you need any more help with you 2006 focus

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If there is a menu button or something like it look for avc auto volume control set to 0

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