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Toyota 4Runner: Using the steering wheel audio switches

Toyota 4Runner Owners Manual / Interior features / Using the audio system / Using the steering wheel audio switches

Some audio features can be controlled using the switches on the steering wheel.

Operation may differ depending on the type of audio system or navigation system. For details, refer to the manual provided with the audio system or navigation system.


1. Increases/decreases volume 2. Radio mode: Selects radio stations CD mode: Selects tracks, files (MP3 and WMA) and discs (type C only) iPod mode:

Selects a song USB memory mode:

Selects a file and folder Bluetooth® audio mode:

Selects a track and album 3. Turns the power on, selects an audio source

Turning the power on

Press when the audio system is
turned off.

The audio system can be turned off by holding the switch down until you hear a beep.

Changing the audio source

Press when the audio system is
turned on. The audio source changes as follows each time the switch is pressed.

If no discs are inserted in the player, that mode will be skipped.

FM→SAT→CD (type B only)→CD changer (type C only)→Bluetooth® Audio→AUX→USB/iPod→AM

Adjusting the volume

Press “+” on to increase the
volume and “-” to decrease the volume.

Press and hold the switch to continue increasing or decreasing the volume.

Selecting a radio station

Press
to select radio mode.


Press “∨” or “∧” on
to select a radio station.


To scan for receivable stations, press and hold “∨” or “∧” on until you hear a beep.


 Selecting a track/file or song

Press
to select CD, iPod, USB memory or
Bluetooth® audio mode.

Press “∨” or “∧” on
to select the desired track/file
or song.

Selecting a folder or album

Press
to select the CD, USB memory or
Bluetooth® audio mode.

Press and hold “∨” or “∧” on
until you hear a beep.


Selecting a disc in the CD player (type C only)

Press
to select CD mode.


Press and hold “∨” or “∧” on
until you hear a beep.


CAUTION

To reduce the risk of an accident

Exercise care when operating the audio switches on the steering wheel.

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