How do I change the sound system language?

How do I change the sound system language?
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The sound system display can be shown in multiple different languages. To choose the language you would like to use, follow these steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Use the Up/Down buttons to select Display Settings, then press the Right button.
3. Use the Up/Down buttons to select Language, then press the Right button.
4. Use the Up/Down buttons to select the language, then press the OK button.

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Open Settings. Scroll down to tap System or General management. Tap Language & input, then tap Language. Tap Add a language, then select a language and a dialect.
Click the Switch Languages panel at the top of your Editor. Click Manage Languages. Click the More Actions icon next to the relevant language. Click Change Regional Settings.
Open Internet Explorer. Go to Tools | Internet Options. On the General tab in the Internet Options window, click the Languages button. This will bring up the Language Preference window (shown below) where you can change your language setting.

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How do I change the sound system language?
ANSWER : The sound system display can be shown in multiple different languages. To choose the language you would like to use, follow these steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Use the Up/Down buttons to select Display Settings, then press the Right button.
3. Use the Up/Down buttons to select Language, then press the Right button.
4. Use the Up/Down buttons to select the language, then press the OK button.

Car sounds like golf cart when revving and braking; also leaking fluid; sound fades as car warms up
ANSWER : Hello,
There are a number of things that could make an engine noisy when starting up. Depending on the specific type of sound you are referring to, this will determine how to properly diagnose. If there is a bit of a hissing sound, this may be a sign of a vacuum leak. If this is more of a shrieking sound, this may be a sign of a worn out or out of adjustment serpentine belt. If there is a bit of a howling or growling sound, this may be a sign of a worn out or low on fluid power steering pump. A rattling or pinging sound may be caused by an ignition problem. An engine can ping (or knock) due to an improper combustion process. A "spark knock" is the result of combustion occurring too early. Early combustion can occur from carbon buildup inside the combustion chamber, a lean air/fuel mixture, and advanced ignition timing (spark plug firing too soon). A clattering type sound may be a result of improper lubrication in the valve train which could be a more serious problem and should be addressed as soon as possible. I would suggest having an expert from YourMechanic come to your location to diagnose and inspect your vehicle to ensure everything is in proper working order.

Knocking sound in engine when clutch is up
ANSWER : When the clutch is replaced, generally the clutch disc, pressure plate, throwout bearing, and pilot bearing are all replaced. These usually come in a kit, and when they are replaced, the flywheel is usually refinished based on need. If the throwout bearing has failed, it usually makes noise when the clutch pedal is pushed in but not when it is not pushed. Common causes of this would be a failed axle shaft, CV joint failure, or suspension failure. A qualified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, would be able to diagnose this knocking sound and perform any repairs required.

How do I make my exhaust system sound more powerful? 1998 Dodge Stealth
ANSWER : There are many options on the market today that only a muffler replacement will improve the sound. You can go on some web sites and they will have sounds of the muffler they have for sale to give you an idea of what it will sound like. You can replace just the muffler or the exhaust from the catalyst back to get a more powerful sound. Talk to other owners to see what they used to get ideas for your car.

How do you change the language on the rear view monitoring system?
ANSWER : In addition to providing you with a live video feed of the area directly behind your car to assist with backing out of parking spots and other situations where you need to use reverse, the rear view monitoring system also provides you with written prompts and warnings. The default language is English, but you can change this if you’d prefer another language. Here’s how:

Turn the ignition to on.
Put your foot on the brake.
Put the transmission in reverse so the video feed shows on your rearview mirror.
Press the auto button for up to 12 seconds.
When the screen turns on and green, push the auto button again to cycle through the languages. Your options are English, French and Spanish.

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You cannot change the language if the rear view monitoring system has been disabled.
Once you choose a language, a confirmation message will appear in the rearview mirror and stay for about five seconds.

How do I change the Language settings for the main display? The language settings only seem to change in the small upper display.
ANSWER : This can be very difficult when your vehicle is set to a language that is unfamiliar to you. I would recommend looking in your owner’s manual for information relating to the radio interface. This will help to determine how to switch languages on the screen. If not, I would recommend asking a spanish speaking friend if they can navigate the menu for you and change the language back to engish. If all else fails, I would recommend visiting your local Honda dearship as they should certainly be able to help you.

Why does my 2009 GMC Acadia make a clicking/grinding sound when changing gears.
ANSWER : Hi there. there are typically two reasons why this occurs. I have seen this happen simply because the vehicles computer needs to be updated. If the programming is off it can cause enough of a delay in shifting to where the vehicle will make this noise. In most cases though it is because one of the clutch shells cracks in the transmission which makes this noise. It can also be a failing cv axle, but that is not as common. I usually get the vehicle in the air and inspect it for the axles and if they are fine then the transmission needs to be gone through. This is best left up to a transmission specialist to repair.

Sound system "hiss" when the car and radio are off
ANSWER : Hi there. Thanks for writing in about your 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman. The noise you are hearing likely is a design flaw on the stereo and speaker system as mentioned. Usually the bluetooth feature is what causes the hissing noise in near vehicles. Adding a noise canceler to the radio system will help phase out the hissing sound. A stereo shop will be the best place to get the noise canceler installed.