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My volume down button actually turns the radio up. Anyone else have this problem?
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My volume down button actually turns the radio up. Anyone else have this problem?
are you using the dial or the buttons on the wheel? or both? does up make volume go down?
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Do you have the stock radio???

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Its the stock radio and the button in question is the steering wheel control, volume down (actually goes louder)
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Someone previous have the wheel apart and connected the buttons incorrectly?

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What does the volume up button do?
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Both buttons(up and down) are louder.
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It's a somewhat common issue. Mine swaps buttons in a circular fashion. Meaning the button does the upper button function. My does it when it's hot (like in the afternoon). The controls are a resistive bridge. The only fix I have heard of is replace the electrical parts. I haven't done mine yet, but plan to soon.
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