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Old 03-05-2005, 11:12 AM   #1
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This is interesting.. 3 times last night, got in the car and was hitting the pre-set on the steering wheel. The radio channel in the HUD displayed the original station and never changed. Only way I could make it update itself was to hit the Seek. Does anyone else'* radio do that if you get in the car and hit pre-set on the wheel? That is flakey.
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Now it isn't working at all. I can turn the radio on/off, change stations, but the radio will never update the HUD unless I hit the "BAND" button. You would think turning the radio on and off would fix it. All it does is cause the last know station to display on the HUD successfully to appear, then nothing after that no matter what I hit on the radio besides the BAND button. Don't know why I said SEEK earlier, it doesn't help..

Again, no one else have this problem?
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Before my HUD died I had a problem with it displaying the radio station. My problem however was that when I would hit the SCAN button, the radio station would show different on the HUD then the radio. It would be off by like 1.5 or something. So that it would say 96.3 on the radio and 97.8 on the HUD. But I suppose it doesn't matter, my HUD died.
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So do all HUDs eventually die? This is a really important feature for me.
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So do all HUDs eventually die? This is a really important feature for me.
Given enough time and use, EVERYTHING will die! It'* a fact of life.
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