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Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual: Steering switches for audio

Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual / Audio / Steering switches for audio

Some parts of the audio/visual system can be adjusted using the switches on the steering wheel.

Steering switches for audio

  1. + − switch
  2. switch
  3. Mute/Enter switch
  4. List switch
  5. Back switch
  6. Source switch
Mode Operation Function
Except list screen Press Volume up/down
Press and hold Volume up/down continuously
List screen Press Move cursor up/down
Pandora main screen (if equipped) Press and hold "+" switch is thumb up/"−" switch is thumb down
Mode Operation Function
AM/FM Radio, SiriusXM (if equipped) Press Preset channel up/down
Press and hold Seek up/down continuously while the switch is being pressed
aha Press Content up/down
Press and hold Reverse the current content item for 15 seconds/ Fast forward the current content item for 30 seconds
Audio CD, MP3/WMA/AAC disc, USB, iPod, BT audio Press Select a track/file
Press and hold Fast forward/rewind
Pandora (if equipped) Press and hold Thumbs up
List screen Press Move cursor left/right
Mode Operation Function
List screen Press Select cursor entry
CD, USB, iPod, BTaudio, Pandora (if equipped), aha Press Pause or play back
AM/FM radio, AUX, SiriusXM (if equipped) Press Mute or cancel mute
Mode Operation Function
All (except for SUBARU STARLINK) Press Return to the previous screen
All Press and hold Return to the HOME screen
Mode Operation Function
All (except for SUBARU STARLINK) Press Show list screen
Mode Operation Function
All Press Change audio modes

NOTE

In the aha, Pandora (if equipped) and SUBARU STARLINK (if equipped) mode, some operation may be done on the screen depend on the selected APPS.

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