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Re: searching for stations on its own
I have had the problem before and it was the Tune button had gotten dirty inside the face plate. I got a can of Air from Radio shack, and blew out behind the button. You may have to open the Faceplate to clean yours.
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Fuse is located under the spare tire well and is in the fuse panel and is an 20 amp fuse that is slightly misaligned on the middle row of the box. This will fix cigarette lighter in ash tray in lower middle cluster of radio and a/c.
From HDD mode on the centre, press menu and select "Station Management".
If the option is available select "Delete Station" and delete any stations listed.
Select "Add New Station" and the unit will start searching.
On the station press menu and select "installation mode"
If this option is not available, try from another source setting, such as AUX.
Once the centre has found the station, press stop on the centre, as the station cannot connect until the centre has stopped searching.
If this doesn't work, you will have to reset both units to factory settings and start again.(Menu -----> Settings ------> Restore)