Honda Fit manuals

Honda Fit: Audio Remote Controls

Steering Wheel Controls

Control basic audio system functions using the controls mounted on the steering wheel.

■MODE Button


■MODE Button

Cycles through the audio modes as follows:

DISC mode appears only when a disc is loaded.


DISC mode appears only when a disc is loaded.

When in AUX mode, the following are operable from the remote audio controls:

• iPod®/USB flash drive connected to the USB adapter cable
• Bluetooth® Audio (not all phones support this function)

■VOL (Volume) Button

Adjusts the volume.

• Press the increase the volume. (Volume) button to
increase the volume.

• Press the decrease the volume. (Volume) button to
decrease the volume.

■CH (Channel) Button

FM/AM
• Press the select the next preset station (channel). (Channel) button to
select the next preset station (channel).

• Press the select the previous preset station (channel). (Channel) button to
select the previous preset station (channel).

• Press and hold the button to skip to the next or or
previous station button to skip to the next or
previous station (channel) in the frequency.

DISC, iPod®, USB, or Bluetooth® Audio • Press the next track. button to skip to the
next track.

• Press the beginning of the current track. Press the button to skip to the
beginning of the current track. Press the button again to go to the beginning of the previous track.
button again to go to the beginning of the previous track.

• Press and hold the button to skip up or down a folder or
(DISC/USB). button to skip up or down a folder
(DISC/USB).

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