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Haha! I know what you guys were thinking,'oh no not again'. That's not it.

The problem I have with the radio is that I can't listen to it when stopped at a light, because everyone wants to talk to me asking me questions etc. about the car.

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Lori
 

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haha - good one.
 

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lori said:
Haha! I know what you guys were thinking,'oh no not again'. That's not it.

The problem I have with the radio is that I can't listen to it when stopped at a light, because everyone wants to talk to me asking me questions etc. about the car.

Regards,

Lori
That's why there is a mute button on the steering wheel. :D
 

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I hear it helps to press the music button on the command center screen really hard. Ignore the crackling sounds from the glass - just keep pressing. Soon you'll forget all about the inability to hear music, I promise...
 

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How about a mute button for the curious?[hr]
Here's one for you'all. Sometimes, not always, when I'm listening to the radio, the turn signal makes a noise through the speakers each time it blinks. In addition, sometimes it only makes the noises (differing) when I step on the brake with the turn signal on. The noise sometimes sounds like a car alarm, sometimes just a beep with each blink. Anyone else?
 

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Not exactly as you are describing, but yes, I do get some noise through the speakers. Only with AM radio and only sometimes. The speakers pick up the electric engine noise, which we confirmed a couple times by pressing and letting off the accelerator. Now I'll check the turn signals, which I haven't noticed; but I only listen to AM when my passenger wants to listen to the local sport shows, which isn't very often.
 
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