Question about Car Audio & Video
Many buttons on your radio have two functions, the first by pressing and releasing the button, the second by pressing and holding the button for a few seconds, the first function is clearly printed on the button, the second may be printed in a not so easy to see fashion either above or just below the button, look at your radio carefully for these.
If you do not find one called rds, look for a button labled menu, push it and scroll through whats there, you should find it, good luck, hope it helps.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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