Rear Audio Controller (RAC)

The vehicle may have the Rear Audio Controller (RAC). Certain radio functions can be controlled with the RAC.

The vehicle may have the Rear Audio Controller (RAC). Certain radio functions can be controlled with the RAC.

(Next/Previous): Press the up or down arrows to go to the next or to the previous radio station stored as a favorite. or (Next/Previous): Press the up or down arrows to go to the next or to the previous radio station stored as a favorite. (Next/Previous): Press the up or down arrows to go to the next or to the previous radio station stored as a favorite.

When a CD/DVD is playing, press the up or down arrows to go to the next or previous track or chapter.

: Press the SEEK arrows to go to the next or to the previous radio station while in AM or FM. Press the SEEK arrows to go to the next or the previous track or chapter while sourced to a CD or DVD slot. SEEK : Press the SEEK arrows to go to the next or to the previous radio station while in AM or FM. Press the SEEK arrows to go to the next or the previous track or chapter while sourced to a CD or DVD slot. : Press the SEEK arrows to go to the next or to the previous radio station while in AM or FM. Press the SEEK arrows to go to the next or the previous track or chapter while sourced to a CD or DVD slot.

SRCE (Source): Press this button to switch between the radio, CD, and if the vehicle has these features, DVD, front auxiliary, and rear auxiliary.

(Volume): Press the plus or minus volume buttons to increase or to decrease the volume. (Mute): Press this button to silence the system. Press this button again, or any other radio button, to turn the sound on.

Phone (Volume): Press the plus or minus volume buttons to increase or to decrease the volume.

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