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When I accelerate in my ford focus 2005 the stereo seems to increase in volume. What should I do? is the volume button damage? how can I tested? Thanks!

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It is probably the Speed Compensation setting on the headunit. There is probably a setting for it in the audio/sound menu.

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There is no problem with the radio. Quite a few ford radios can be set up so the volume increases as your speed increases to compensate for road noise.

Posted on Aug 01, 2011

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