How do I use the audio control function?

How do I use the audio control function?
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You can make changes to the sound to improve quality based on the type of music you listen to. For instance, you may want a deeper bass sound for some songs.

Press the button Setup.
Turn the right knob to choose Sound.
Press this knob.
Turn the same knob to choose which mode you want to change. It will say. BAS, TRE, FAD, BAL or ASL.
Press the knob once again.
Turn the knob again to change the level.

Tip

You can move the bass and treble either higher or lower and shift the sound to the front or back speakers or the left or right speakers. This setting also adjusts the sound level according to the speed of the vehicle if you choose ASL.

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Using AUX Mode:
  1. Connect portable audio player using nonimpedance stereo mini plug cable.
  2. Select ENTERTAINMENT from the Home screen.
  3. Select AUDIO SOURCE.
  4. Select AUX.
Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.
Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.
Go to Apps, and click the Setup option on your Toyota Camry touchscreen. Click Bluetooth®, then Add New Device. Once your smartphone and Camry find each other, Accept the Connection on both your car and your phone. Your Camry will show you`re connected to your phone and audio player.
Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.
Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.
Go to Apps, and click the Setup option on your Toyota Camry touchscreen. Click Bluetooth®, then Add New Device. Once your smartphone and Camry find each other, Accept the Connection on both your car and your phone. Your Camry will show you`re connected to your phone and audio player.
For most of our car stereos, the AUX is activated by pushing the `Source` button until `AUX` appears on the display and activating it by pushing down the cursor key.
Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.
For most of our car stereos, the AUX is activated by pushing the `Source` button until `AUX` appears on the display and activating it by pushing down the cursor key.
For most of our car stereos, the AUX is activated by pushing the `Source` button until `AUX` appears on the display and activating it by pushing down the cursor key.

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How do I use the audio control function?
ANSWER : You can make changes to the sound to improve quality based on the type of music you listen to. For instance, you may want a deeper bass sound for some songs.

Press the button Setup.
Turn the right knob to choose Sound.
Press this knob.
Turn the same knob to choose which mode you want to change. It will say. BAS, TRE, FAD, BAL or ASL.
Press the knob once again.
Turn the knob again to change the level.

Tip

You can move the bass and treble either higher or lower and shift the sound to the front or back speakers or the left or right speakers. This setting also adjusts the sound level according to the speed of the vehicle if you choose ASL.

Climate control no mode function?
ANSWER : Hello, thanks for writing in. I’d be happy to help.

From what you describe it appears that your vehicle is experiencing some sort of electrical issue. It may be possible that the some sort of wiring problem has occurred, or that the components you replaced are defective. I would carefully inspect the vehicle for any wiring issues, though from what you describe, the unit operating in reverse, it is more likely that the component is defective. It is not uncommon for aftermarket components to be defective out of the box, so if you suspect the component may be defective, I would replace it. A wiring diagram can be sourced from either the dealership, or out of a quality service manual.

If you would like help inspecting the electrical components, consider having an expert automotive technician from YourMechanic come to your home or office to inspect and diagnose this issue for you, and make any repairs as needed.

How do I use the steering wheel audio controls?
ANSWER : While you can use the buttons and knobs on the radio itself to change the station, cycle through tracks, adjust the volume and more, doing so while you’re driving can be very distracting, which is never a good thing. You can use the steering wheel controls to avoid this problem. Here’s what you need to know.

Make sure the ignition is on.
Use the buttons on the left side of the steering wheel as follows:

Mode: Turns the radio on if it’s off. If the radio is on, use this to change the audio source (AM/FM/CD, etc.).
Use the + and – buttons to turn the volume up and down.
Press and hold the Mode button to mute the radio.
Press the Up or Down buttons to cycle through stations or tracks. Press and hold it to scan through stations (you’ll hear a beep when it’s ready to search). The up and down buttons also let you cycle through tracks on a disc.

How do you use the audio controls on the steering wheel?
ANSWER : If your car is equipped with audio system controls on the steering wheel (not a standard feature on all Civics), they provide you with a convenient way to work with the audio system without having to take your eyes off the road. Here’s how they work:

Make sure the ignition is on or the engine is running.
Make sure the audio system is on.
Use the volume up and down buttons to turn the sound up or down.
Use the back and forward buttons to change the station.
If you’re listening to a CD, the back and forward buttons will let you skip tracks.
Use the source button to cycle through the different functions on the radio (AM/FM/AUX/CD, etc.).

Tip

Note that if you don’t have a CD in the radio, you can’t select CD mode with the steering wheel controls.

ABS, ESP, EBR malfunction
ANSWER : You’re getting into an area that is kind of a dark art when you’re getting these kinds of codes. While I don’t know any of the symptoms that the car is exhibiting, I can tell you that failure in one of the control units can lead to codes showing up in the others and the ABS, ESP is a likely culprit since it interprets the wheel speed signals and sends the information to the other modules. You’re right that the module has to be coded, and I don’t think that Snap On has the software for that so the only place to go is the Star Diagnostic. (The consumer version of the Mercedes SDS ) You can Contact YourMechanic and see if anyone in your area has the appropriate equipment for this. Otherwise, this may be a case that would best be consigned to the Mercedes Dealer.

Having intermittent problems with cruise control on my car
ANSWER : Hello. This can be caused by a number of different issues. Most of the time this is caused by a bad brake switch. If the switch is shorting out, then it will cause the computer to think that the brakes are being applied, which turns off the cruise control. If the switch is fine, then it may have a bad speed sensor or the cruise control switch itself is bad.

One of the easiest tests I do is simply have someone drive behind me and see if the brake lights are coming on without touching the pedal. If it is, then you should replace the switch. If not, then further testing of the circuit has to be done. If you need to have this done, consider YourMechanic, as a certified mechanic can come to your home or office to diagnose your cruise control problem.

Pressure Control Solenoid ‘B’ Control Circuit Range/Performance Read more: https://www.autocodes.com/p0965.html asked by Donald L
ANSWER : Hi there. The trouble code you indicated is similar in many ways to the P0963 OBD-II code. This article should give you a lot of valuable data that will explain the source of this code, possible causes and repairs. In general, this code is related to a communication error with the transmission pressure control solenoid. Most of the time, the code is triggered due to the solenoid being dirty, or the connections are loose. When this happens, the OBD-II trouble code essentially activates a fail safe mode, so that the car will not continue to damage the transmission or other components.

Can we use cruise control if our rear shaft is removed?
ANSWER : You should be able to use the cruise control without a problem if your driveshaft was removed. The real problem is that the front axle assembly is locked in 4 wheel drive and driving on the highway may cause a jerking in the steering when going into tight turns. You should not drive the vehicle this way for extended periods on the highway or transfer case damage may occur.