Listening to the Radio

Listening to the Radio
Listening to the Radio

(1) Band switch button (FM/AM) (2) Seek up button
(3) Seek down button
(4) Manual tuning knob
(5) Preset buttons (1 to 6) (6) Auto store button (AS)/Scan button (SCAN)

Display
Display

(A) Band
(B) Preset channel number (C) Stereo indicator
(D) Frequency

Selecting the reception band

Press the band switch button (1).

Each time the button is pressed, the reception band is switched as follows:

Seek tuning


Seek tuning

Press the seek up button (2) or the seek down button (3).

The unit stops searching for a station at a frequency where a broadcast station is available.

Manual tuning

Turn the manual tuning knob (4).

The frequency being received is displayed.

Preset memory

1) Select the desired station.

2) Select the preset button (5) to which you want to store the station and press and hold the button for 2 seconds or longer.

Auto store

Press and hold the auto store button (6) for 2 seconds or longer.

Six stations in total are automatically stored to the preset buttons (5) in sequential order, starting from the lower frequencies.

NOTE:
• When the auto store is performed, the station previously stored in the memory at the position is overwritten.

• When there are fewer than 6 stations that can be stored even if 2 rounds of auto store operation are performed, the stations previously stored at the remaining preset buttons (5) are not overwritten.

Scan tuning

1) Press the scan button (6).

Stations are automatically sought for in a sequential order, starting from a station being currently received, and scan stops for 5 seconds at a frequency where there is a station available.

2) Press the scan button (6) again to stop scanning at the frequency being currently received.

Receiving a stereo broadcast station

If a stereo broadcast station is received, the stereo indicator will light.

Radio Reception

Radio reception can be affected by environment, atmospheric conditions, or radio signal’s power and distance from the station.

Nearby mountains and buildings may interfere or deflect radio reception, causing poor reception. Poor reception or radio static can also be caused by electric current from overhead wires or high voltage power lines.

Radio Antenna

SX4
SX4

The radio antenna on the roof is removable.

To remove the antenna, turn it counterclockwise.

To reinstall the antenna, turn it clockwise firmly by hand.

CAUTION:
To avoid damage to the radio antenna:
• Remove the antenna before using an automatic car wash.

• Remove the antenna when it is possible for the antenna to hit something such as a low ceiling in a parking garage or putting a car cover over your car.

• Remove the antenna before putting a car cover over your vehicle.

SX4 SEDAN

The radio antenna wire is printed inside the rear window.

CAUTION:
• Do not attach any metal objects to the rear window glass, or place metallic film near it. Either of these conditions may cause poor reception or noise.

• When cleaning the inside of the rear window, be careful not to scratch or damage the rear window antenna. Wipe the rear window lightly along the antenna with a dampened soft cloth.

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