Hello there, I own a Lexus GX470 2004 ( American export), and I live in Europe ( Germany) How can reprogram the Radio frequency from currently odd numbers too frequency numbers odd as well as even number frequency.
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Re: Car Radio Frequency program
You type in the frequency you want and the scanner should round it off at the nearest frequency its step size will allow, that works fine with the radios of the past but soon (in less than 4 years here in america) the communications industry is going to more narrowbanded radios with new modulation schemes for more effiencent use of the spectrum.
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This is a programmable radio. Using Motorola proprietary software, programming cable and radio interface box (RIB) the radio can be reprogrammed to another frequency/PL Code. This can be done by your Motorola dealer.
this is the frequency settings that programmed in your audio system, reprogramming will be done your problem, if it cant be programmable install a device on antenna output(frequency modulator changer) you will pick-up all station you want but the problem is... the digital cant be set to appropriate radio station
In order to reprogram this Motorola GP339 you need to have a programming software, radio interface box and programming cable for this radio then you can read and change frequency in it. To reprogram to UHF channels this radio must be in UHF band. Good luck!
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Most radios made in American have fixed tuners and do not have a way to change frequency of the radio. If they use the same FM frequencies (88.1-108.0) then all you have to do is do a scan or seek of what is available when you get there or a new radio will be needed. There may be a way to add a EU tuner and have the original radio receive the output of it through a channel in the radio. It's the cheapest way to not have to buy a new NAV/RADIO device. It would work kind of like the hands free devices that are not hardwired do here.