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2016 scion IA radio is stuck on the NEXT button and continually keeps changing the stations. And it's really dim, can't see during the day. Do I need to replace the module that controls the volume?

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Does car have RADIO controls in he steering wheel>?????????
check fuses yet.
scan the car for radio or omg, clock spring errors?

if RADIO as PASS word (code) lock out, the manual in the glove box shows how to get that code , and record you to paper
if battery in cars goes or does doing service the radio codes must be retrieved. first.
even the Next button can be bad. cars are dirty things and switches of any kind can fail for dirt. at any time, blow the switch out with shop air or can-o-air sold at walmart rear, in computer sections?

if you scan the car with OBD2 scan tool
it will show a ton of B1xxx codes. vast errors possible
like this one,
FYI you can not fix, modern cars lacking a 2008 and up scan tool.
for any kind of electric or EFI failures, of any kind.
so not you know why you guess and wrong too.

B11BA11; Steeringwheelaudioswitchpack Circuit Short To Ground (2016 iA From 07/2015)

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