AUX Mode (Auxiliary input)

You can connect portable audio units or


You can connect portable audio units or similar products on the market to the auxiliary jack to listen to music or audio over the vehicle's speakers.

WARNING:
Do not adjust the portable audio unit or a similar product while driving the vehicle:
Adjusting the portable audio unit or a similar product while driving the vehicle is dangerous as it could distract your attention from the vehicle operation which could lead to a serious accident. Always adjust the portable audio unit or a similar product while the vehicle is stopped.

Do not allow the connection plug cord to get tangled with the parking brake or the shift lever:
Allowing the plug cord to become tangled with the parking brake or the shift lever is dangerous as it could interfere with driving, resulting in an accident.

CAUTION:
Noise may occur during playback if the accessory socket equipped on the vehicle is used. (If noise occurs, do not use the accessory socket.)

NOTE:
- Before using the auxiliary jack, read the manufacturer's instructions for the product being connected.

- Use a commercially-available, nonimpedance (3.5 ) stereo mini plug for connecting the portable audio unit to the auxiliary jack. Before using the auxiliary jack, read the manufacture's instructions for connecting a portable audio unit to the auxiliary jack.

- To prevent discharging of the battery, do not use the auxiliary input for long periods with the engine off or idling.

- Noise may occur depending on the product connected to the auxiliary jack.

- With regard to connecting a portable audio or similar device to a power source, use the battery for the device, not the accessory socket.

- Insert the plug to the auxiliary jack securely.

- Insert or remove the plug with the plug perpendicular to the auxiliary jack hole.

- Insert or remove the plug by holding its base.

To listen to a portable audio unit

1. Turn the ignition switch to the ACC or ON position.

2. Insert the connection plug into the auxiliary jack.

3. Press the power/volume dial to turn the audio system on.

4. Press the AUX button (


4. Press the AUX button () of the
) of the
audio unit or the mode switch ( of the audio control switches on the).


of the audio control switches on the steering wheel to change to the AUX mode.

NOTE:
- Set the volume of the portable audio unit to the maximum within the range that the sound does not become distorted, then adjust the volume using the power/volume dial of the audio unit or the volume switch ( switch. ) of the audio control
switch.

- Use your portable audio unit for operations other than volume adjustment.

- If the connection plug is pulled out from the auxiliary jack while in AUX mode, noise may occur.

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