Remote Audio Controls (if equipped)

Remote Audio Controls (if equipped)
Remote Audio Controls (if equipped)

You can control basic functions of the audio system with the switches on the steering wheel.

To control the volume: • To increase the volume, push the upper part of the switch (1). The volume continues to increase until you release the switch.

• To decrease the volume, push the lower part of the switch (1). The volume continues 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: • To advance to the next preset station, push the upper part of the switch (4) briefly.

• To select the previous preset station, push the lower part of the switch (4) briefly.

• To scan to a higher frequency radio station, push and hold the upper part of the switch (4).

• To scan to a lower frequency radio station, push and hold the lower part of the switch (4).

To change the selection on a CD: • To advance to the next track on a CD, push the upper part of the switch (4) briefly.

• To select the previous track on a CD, push the lower part of the switch (4).

See also:

Improving Fuel Economy
The following instructions will help you improve fuel economy. Avoid excessive idling If you are to wait for more than a minute while you are parked, stop the engine and start it again later. Whe ...

2009 Suzuki Equator review By G. Chambers Williams III
The obvious question is why Suzuki added a midsize pickup for 2009 when trucks are losing favor. "Why not?" responds an unapologetic Gene Brown, Suzuki's vice president of marketing. ...

2010 Suzuki Kizashi review 1
Bless you. Have a Kleenex and a new top-of-line sedan at Suzuki. But even with a mouthful of a name that pays more homage to its Japanese heritage than, say, Camry or Accord, Kizashi is nothing to ...

Copyright © www.suzuguide.com