Suzuki SX4 (2010 year). Instruction - part 10

 

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Suzuki SX4 (2010 year). Instruction - part 10

 

 

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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to a CD
CAUTION
• Never insert your finger or hand
into the CD insertion slot. Never
insert foreign objects.
• Never insert a CD with glue coming
(A)
out from adhesive tape or a rental
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CD label or with a trace indicating
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• A CD is inserted with its label facing
that adhesive tape or a rental CD
upward.
label has been removed. This may
• CDs or CD-ROMs carrying no mark (A)
• When there is a CD already loaded in
cause the CD not to eject or result
cannot be used.
the unit, another CD cannot be loaded at
in a malfunction.
• Some discs previously recorded in CD-
the same time. Do not use force when
R\CD-RW format may not be used.
inserting the CD into the CD insertion
slot.
• If a blank disc (non-recorded CD-R) is
loaded in the unit, the disc will be
ejected.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Type 1
Display
AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL (Built in CD Player)
(D)
(A)
(B)
(C)
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(1) CD insertion slot
(2) CD eject button
(1)
(3) Disc button (CD/AUX)
(6)
(2)
(4) Track up button/Fast forward button
(5) Track down button/Rewind button
(4)
(6) Repeat button (RPT)
(3)
(5)
(A) Mode indicator
(B) Track number
(C) Play time
(D) Repeat indicator
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
NOTE:
Loading a CD
Selecting a track
About Single CDs (8 cm CDs)
Insert a CD in the CD insertion slot (1).
• Press the track up button (4) to listen to
No adapter is required to play a single
When a CD is loaded, play starts and the
the next track.
CD.
CD indicator (A) lights.
• Press the track down button (5) twice to
A single CD is inserted from the center
listen to the previous track.
of the CD insertion slot.
Ejecting a CD
When the track down button
(5) is
Since an ejected single CD is not auto-
Press the CD eject button (2).
pressed once, the track being currently
matically reloaded, be sure to remove
If you left a CD ejected for a period of
played will return to the beginning.
the ejected single CD.
about 15 seconds, it will be automatically
drawn inside the unit. (Auto reload func-
Fast forwarding/Rewinding a track
tion)
• Hold in the fast forward button
(4) to
advance a track rapidly.
The backup eject function:
• Hold in the rewind button (5) to rewind a
This function allows you to eject a CD with
track.
the power turned off by pressing the CD
eject button (2).
Repeat play
Press the repeat button (6).
CAUTION
The repeat indicator
(D) lights and the
If you forcefully try to push an ejected
track currently being played is played
CD inside the unit before auto reload-
repeatedly.
ing, the disc surface might be
Press the repeat button (6) again to cancel
scratched.
repeat play.
Listening to a CD
When a CD is inserted, it is automatically
played back.
When a CD is already inside the unit,
press the disc button (3) to play back the
CD. When a CD is inside the unit, the CD
indicator (A) is lit on the display unit.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Type 2
Display
AM/FM/XM 6-CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL (Built-in CD Changer)
(F)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
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(1) Load button (LOAD)
(3)
(2) Disc select buttons (1 to 6)
(1)
(4)
(3) CD insertion slot
(4) CD eject button
(8)
(6)
(5) Disc button (CD/AUX)
(5)
(7)
(6) Track up button/Fast forward button
(7) Track down button/Rewind button
(8) Repeat button (RPT)
(A) Mode indicator
(B) Disc number
(C) Track number
(D) Play time
(2)
(E) CD indicator
(F) Repeat indicator
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
NOTE:
Loading one CD
Loading multiple CDs
About Single CDs (8 cm CDs)
1) Press the load button (1), then press
1) Press the load button (1) for 2 seconds
Since the unit is not compatible with a
one of the disc select buttons (2) that
or longer.
single CD, do not load it into the unit.
corresponds to the slot into which you
The indication “CD ALL” appears in the
Keep in mind the fact that a single CD
want to load a CD.
display, and then the indication “In” and
cannot be played even using a single CD
a disc number in the CD indicator will
adaptor for the unit.
blink for about 15 seconds.
When a single CD is loaded into the unit
2) Load a CD into the CD insertion slot
accidentally, it will be ejected immedi-
(3).
ately. Please be sure to remove it.
3) The indication “In” and the next disc
If you forcefully try to push it into the unit
number will blink in the display. Load
without removing it, the CD cannot be
the next CD.
ejected. This will result in a damage to
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4) After loading the required number of
the mechanism. Please never do this.
CD’s, press any disc select button (2) to
Both the indication “In” and the selected
select the desired CD to listen to. If no
disc number in the CD indicator will blink
select button is pressed, play will start
for about 15 seconds.
from the first loaded CD.
2) Load the CD into the CD insertion slot
Only the numbers in the CD indicator that
(3). When the CD is loaded, play starts.
correspond to the loaded slots will light.
The disk number in the CD indicator will
light.
Ejecting one CD
1) Select the CD you want to remove with
CAUTION
the disc select buttons (2).
You can load a CD only while the indi-
2) Press the CD eject button (4).
cation “In” is blinking for about 15
If you leave the ejected CD without
seconds. During that period, the
removing it, it will be drawn into the unit
shutter located in the depth of the CD
automatically after about 15 seconds.
insertion slot (3) is opened. After 15
(Auto reload function)
seconds time has elapsed, the indi-
The buck up eject mechanism:
cation “In” disappears from the dis-
This function allows you to eject the CD
play and the shutter closes, making it
loaded in the unit with the unit turned off
impossible to load a CD. If you try to
only by pressing the CD eject button (4).
load the CD with the shutter closed,
the CD may damage the shutter.
Never do this.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Ejecting all the CDs
Listening to a CD
Repeat play
Press the CD eject button (4) for 2 seconds
1) When a CD is inserted, it is automati-
Press the repeat button (8).
or longer. All the CDs will be ejected from
cally played back.
Each time the button is pressed, repeat
the unit in a sequential manner.
When a CD is already inside the unit,
play mode changes as follows:
• Please prepare a location where
press the disc button (5) to play back
removed CDs can be stored.
the CD. When a CD is inside the unit,
• If you leave the ejected CD without
the CD indicator (A) is lit on the display
TRACK REPEAT
removing it, it will be drawn into the unit
unit.
automatically after about
15 seconds.
2) If you want to play another CD, select it
(Auto reload function)
with the disc select buttons (2).
OFF
DISC REPEAT
Play starts from the point on the disc
The buck up eject mechanism:
that the unit played last (Last position
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This function allows you to eject the CD
memory).
loaded in the unit with the unit turned off
NOTE:
only by pressing the CD eject button (4).
This operation should be performed within
Selecting a track
2 seconds.
• Press the track up button (6) to listen to
CAUTION
the next track.
To cancel repeat play, press the repeat but-
If you try to push an ejected CD
• Press the track down button (7) twice to
ton (8) several times to change the repeat
inside the unit forcibly before auto
listen to the previous track.
play mode to OFF.
reloading, the disc surface might be
When the track down button
(7) is
scratched.
pressed once, the track being currently
• TRACK REPEAT
played will return to the beginning.
The indication “TRACK RPT” appears in
the display for 2 seconds and then the
Fast forwarding/Rewinding a track
repeat indicator (F) lights.
• Hold in the fast forward button
(6) to
The track currently being played is
advance a track rapidly.
played repeatedly.
• Hold in the rewind button (7) to rewind a
• DISC REPEAT
track.
The indication “DISC RPT” appears in
the display for 2 seconds and then the
repeat indicator (F) lights.
When all the tracks on the disc currently
being played finish playing, play starts
again at the beginning of the disc.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to an MP3/WMA Disc
Display (Type 1)
(D)
(E) (F)
Type 1 AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(A)
(B)
(C)
(2)
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(3)
Display (Type 2)
(4)
(5)
(1)
(D)
(E) (F)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(G)
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(1) Sound control knob
Type 2 AM/FM/XM 6-CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(2) Repeat button (RPT)
(3) Track up button/Fast forward button
(4) Track down button/Rewind button
(5) Display button (DISP)
(A) Folder number
(2)
(3)
(B) Track number
(4)
(5)
(C) Play time
(1)
(D) Repeat indicator
(E) WMA indicator
(F) MP3 indicator
(G) CD indicator
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
What is MP3/WMA?
WMA
• You may encounter trouble in playing
MP3 (MPEG1/2 Audio Layer-III) and WMA
• It is recommended to set the bit rate to
MP3/WMA files or displaying the infor-
(Windows MediaTM Audio) are the com-
“64 kbps or more” and “fixed”.
mation of MP3/WMA files recorded with
pression formats of digital audio. The
• Do not set the copy protect attribute on
certain writing software or CD recorders.
former is developed by MPEG (Motion Pic-
the WMA file to enable this unit to play
• This unit does not have a play list func-
ture Experts Group), and the latter is
back.
tion.
developed by Microsoft Corporation. Using
• Although Multi-session recording is sup-
these compression formats, you can
NOTE:
ported, the use of Disc-at-Once is rec-
record the contents of about 10 music CDs
Never assign the “.mp3”, or
“.wma” file
ommended.
on a single CD media (This figures refer to
name extension to a file that is not in the
data recorded on a 650 MB CD-R or CD-
MP3/WMA format. This may not only pro-
Compression formats
RW at a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps and a
duce noise from the speaker damage, but
MP3
sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz).
also damage your hearing.
• Bit rate
MPEG1 Audio Layer III : 32 k - 320 kbps
Points to remember when making MP3/
Recording MP3/WMA files on a CD-
MPEG2 Audio Layer III : 8 k - 160 kbps
WMA files
media
• Sampling frequency
You are recommended to minimize the
Common
MPEG1 Audio Layer III : 44.1 k/48 k/32
chances of making a disc that contains
• High bit rate and high sampling fre-
kHz
both CD-DA files and MP3/WMA files.
quency are recommended for high qual-
MPEG2 Audio Layer III :
If CD-DA files are on the same disc as
ity sounds.
22.05 k/24 k/16 kHz
MP3 or WMA files, the songs may not
• Selecting VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is not
play in the intended order, or some
WMA (Ver.7, Ver.8, Ver. 9*)
recommended because playing time is
songs may not play at all.
• Bit rate
not displayed properly and sound may
When storing MP3 data and WMA data
32 k - 192 kbps
be skipped.
on the same disc, use different folders
• Sampling frequency
• The playback sound quality differs
for each data.
44.1 k/48 k/32 kHz
depending on the encoding circum-
Do not record files other than MP3/WMA
* WMA 9 Professional/LossLess/Voice
stances. For details, refer to the user
files and unnecessary folder on a disc.
are not supported.
instruction of your own encoding software
The name of an MP3/WMA file should
and writing software.
Supported file systems
be added by rules as shown in the fol-
ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Apple Extension
MP3
lowing descriptions and also comply with
to ISO 9660, Joliet, Romeo
• It is recommended to set the bit rate to
the rules of each file system.
“128 kbps or more” and “fixed”.
The file extension
“.mp3” or
“.wma”
Maximum number of files/folders
should be assigned to each file depend-
• Maximum number of files:
ing on the file format.
CD Player: 999(files + folders)
6-CD Player: 512(files + folders)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
• Maximum number of files in one folder:
NOTE:
Fast forwarding/Rewinding a track
255
This operation should be performed within
• Hold in the fast forward button
(3) to
• Maximum depth of trees: 8
2 seconds.
advance a track rapidly.
• Maximum number of folders: 255
• Hold in the rewind button (4) to rewind a
(Root folder is included.)
To cancel repeat play, press the repeat but-
track.
ton (2) several times to change the repeat
MP3/WMA MODE
play mode to OFF.
Displaying CD titles
Press the display button (5).
Selecting a folder
• TRACK REPEAT
Each time the button is pressed, the title
Turn the sound control knob (1) to select a
The indication “TRACK RPT” appears in
changes as follows:
folder.
the display for 2 seconds and then the
repeat indicator (D) lights.
Repeat play
The track currently being played is
Press the repeat button (2).
OFF
FOLDER TITLE
played repeatedly.
Each time the button is pressed, repeat
• FOLDER REPEAT
play mode changes as follows:
The indication “FOLDER RPT” appears
Type 1
in the display for 2 seconds and then the
repeat indicator (D) lights.
ALBUM
TITLE
FILE TITLE
All the tracks in the folder currently being
TRACK REPEAT
played are played repeatedly.
• DISC REPEAT
The indication “DISC RPT” appears in
ARTIST TITLE
TRACK TITLE
OFF
FOLDER REPEAT
the display for 2 seconds and then the
repeat indicator (D) lights.
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When all the tracks on the disc currently
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Type 2
being played finish playing, play starts
Forwarding a title
again at the beginning of the disc.
If there is a title with 12 letters or more,
TRACK REPEAT
FOLDER REPEAT
each press will show next letters in the dis-
Selecting a track
play. (No scrolling is made.)
• Press the track up button (3) to listen to
Press and hold the display button (5) for 2
the next track.
OFF
DISC REPEAT
seconds or longer. A title is changed.
• Press the track down button (4) twice to
listen to the previous track.
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When the track down button
(4) is
pressed once, the track currently being
played will start again at the beginning.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to a XM Satellite Radio (Option)
Display
(C)
Type 1 AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(A)
(B)
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(8)
(3)
(6)
(4)
(1) XM button
(1)
(2) Category button (CAT)
(5)
(3) Seek up button
(2)
(4) Seek down button
(5) Instruction tuning knob
(6) Display button (DISP)
(7) Preset button (1 to 6)
(8) Scan button (SCAN)
(7)
(A) Band
Type 2 AM/FM/XM 6-CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(B) Channel number
(C) Category indicator
If you want to purchase XM Satellite Radio
Service, contact your SUZUKI dealer.
It is necessary to buy a special tuner to
(8)
(3)
(6)
(4)
receive XM broadcasting.
(1)
Your vehicle is capable of receiving XM
(5)
Satellite Radio anywhere in the United
(2)
States except Hawaii, Alaska, and Can-
ada.
(7)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
XM MODE
Selecting a category
and hold the button for 2 seconds or
Press the seek up button (3) or seek down
longer.
Selecting a band
button (4) to select a category.
Press the XM button (1).
Scan tuning
Each time the button is pressed, the band
Displaying the category
1) Press the scan button (8).
changes in the following order.
Press the category button (2) to have the
Stations are automatically searched for
currently selected category appear on the
in a sequential order, starting from the
display.
station being currently received, and
XM1
XM2
XM3
scan tuning stops for 5 seconds at the
Selecting a channel
frequency where there is a station avail-
Turn the instruction tuning knob (5) to select a
able.
channel.
2) Press the scan button (8) again to stop
scanning at the frequency currently
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NOTE:
being received.
Selecting a category
When the category function is on, only
Press the seek up button (3) or the seek
those channels included in the selected
Satellite Radio Reception
down button (4). The category is changed.
category can be selected.
Satellite radio receives signals from two
satellites in orbit over the equator. There-
Turning the category function on/off
Selecting the item to be displayed
fore, satellite radio reception can be inter-
Press and hold the category button (2) for
Press the display button (6).
rupted when there are objects south of
2 seconds or longer, and
“CATEGORY
Each time the button is pressed, the item
your vehicle. To help compensate for this,
ON” appears on the display, the CAT indi-
on display changes in the following order.
ground-based repeaters are placed in
cator
(c) lights up and the CATEGORY
major metropolitan areas, but depending
function is activated.
on the geographic situation (for example, if
Press and hold the category button (2) for
CH NUMBER
CH NAME
mountains or buildings are on the south
2 seconds or longer again, and “CATE-
side of your vehicle), you may experience
GORY OFF” appears on the display and
reception problems.
the CAT indicator turns off, indicating that
TITLE
NAME
the CATEGORY function has been turned
off.
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Preset memory
NOTE:
1) Select the desired station.
The first time you use the radio, turn the
2) Select the preset button (7) to which
category function on.
you want to store the station and press
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to Audio for AUX (Option)
Display
Type 1 AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(A)
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(1) Aux button (CD/AUX)
(A) Mode indicator
Aux function
This system has an external input terminal
so you can listen to audio from an external
device connected to this unit.
(1)
Press the aux button (1).
Each time the button is pressed, the
selected mode is switched as follows:
Type 2 AM/FM/XM 6-CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
CD
AUX
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(1)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Listening to a CD from an External CD Changer (Option)
Display
(E)
(F)
(G)
Type 1 AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(5)
(3)
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(1)
(4)
(1) Disc button (CD/AUX)
(2) Disc select buttons (1 to 6)
(6)
(3) Track up button/Fast forward button
(4) Track down button/Rewind button
(5) Repeat button (RPT)
(6) Category button (CAT)
(2)
(A) Mode indicator
(B) Disc number
(C) Track number
Type 2 AM/FM/XM 6-CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(D) Play time
(E) Repeat indicator
(F) Random indicator
(G) CD changer number
(5)
(3)
(1)
(4)
(6)
(2)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Selecting a CD changer mode
Selecting a disc
Random play
Press the disc button (1).
Press the disc select button
(2) corre-
Press the category button (6).
Each time the button is pressed, the
sponding to the disc number you want to
Each time the button is pressed, the mode
selected CD plays as follows:
listen to.
changes in the following order.
Play starts from the first track on the disc. If
a disc number having no disc is pressed,
the selection will be invalid.
TRACK RANDOM
Built-in CD player
Selecting a track
• Press the track up button (3) to listen to
OFF
DISC RANDOM
the next track.
CD changer 1
• Press the track down button (4) twice to
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listen to the previous track.
NOTE:
When the track down button
(4) is
This operation should be performed within
CD changer 2
pressed once, the track currently being
2 seconds.
played will start again at the beginning.
To cancel random play, press the category
Fast forwarding/Rewinding a track
button (6) several times to change the ran-
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• Hold in the fast forward button
(3) to
dom play mode to OFF.
advance a track rapidly.
When only one CD changer is con-
• Hold in the rewind button (4) to rewind a
nected to this unit, CD changer
2 is
• TRACK RANDOM
track.
skipped.
The tracks in the disc that is loaded are
When no CD is loaded in the built-in CD
played at random.
player, the built-in CD player is skipped.
• DISC RANDOM
The tracks in all discs are played at ran-
dom.
NOTE:
The random play can be operated with the
External CD Changer (Option) only.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Repeat play
• TRACK REPEAT
• DISC REPEAT
Press the repeat button (5).
The indication “TRACK RPT” appears in
The indication “DISC RPT” appears in
Each time the button is pressed, repeat
the display for 2 seconds and then the
the display for 2 seconds and then the
play mode changes as follows:
repeat indicator (E) lights.
repeat indicator (E) lights.
The track being currently played is
When all the tracks on a disc being cur-
played repeatedly.
rently played finish playing, play starts
TRACK REPEAT
again at the beginning of the disc.
OFF
DISC REPEAT
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NOTE:
This operation should be performed within
2 seconds.
To cancel repeat play, press the repeat but-
ton (5) several times to change the repeat
play mode to OFF.
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Remote Audio Controls
To control the volume:
To change the selection on a CD:
• To increase the volume, push the upper
To advance to the next track on a CD,
(if equipped)
part of the switch (1). The volume contin-
push the upper part of the switch (4)
ues to increase until you release the
briefly.
switch.
To select the previous track on a CD,
• To decrease the volume, push the lower
push the lower part of the switch (4).
part of the switch (1). The volume contin-
ues to decrease until you release the
switch.
• To mute, push the switch (2).
To select the mode (AM1, AM2, FM1, FM2,
XM (option), CD, External CD-changer
(option), AUX (option)), push the switch
(3).
You can also turn on the audio system by
pushing the switch (3).
To change the radio station:
(2)
(3)
• To advance to the next preset station,
push the upper part of the switch (4)
briefly.
• To select the previous preset station,
(1)
(4)
push the lower part of the switch (4)
briefly.
• To scan to a higher frequency radio sta-
tion, push and hold the upper part of the
switch (4).
• To scan to a lower frequency radio sta-
tion, push and hold the lower part of the
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switch (4).
You
can
control
basic
functions of the
audio system with the
switches on the
steering wheel.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Anti-Theft Feature
(1) Power on/off knob
(2) Track up button/Fast forward button
(3) Preset buttons (1 to 6)
Type 1 AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
The anti-theft feature is intended to dis-
courage theft or the audio system by pre-
venting the system from operating when it
is moved to a different vehicle.
(2)
This feature works by allowing you to enter
a Personal Identification Number
(PIN).
(1)
When the audio system is disconnected
from its power source, such as when the
audio system is removed or the battery is
disconnected, the system will not operate
again unless the PIN is reentered.
(3)
Type 2 AM/FM/XM 6-CD PLAYER WITH CD CHANGER CONTROL
(2)
(1)
(3)
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