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Radio steering wheel controls lag

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I've had my truck since august and I have noticed that sometimes there is lag with using the steering wheel controls for the radio, and sometimes there isn't. Anyone else notice this?

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I think it's the radio trying to tune in the station. Maybe it's just Sirius?

 

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I think it's the radio trying to tune in the station. Maybe it's just Sirius?

 

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No it happens on good ol FM as well. I think it has to do with the ability to scroll through the presets on the Gauges screen. I just wish there was a way to adjust it to turn the delay off. Between this and my truck missing a shift when first started up, those are my two issues with the truck altogether. Truck is great otherwise.

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No it happens on good ol FM as well. I think it has to do with the ability to scroll through the presets on the Gauges screen. I just wish there was a way to adjust it to turn the delay off. Between this and my truck missing a shift when first started up, those are my two issues with the truck altogether. Truck is great otherwise.

Same two gripes, otherwise love my truck as well!

 

 

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No it happens on good ol FM as well. I think it has to do with the ability to scroll through the presets on the Gauges screen.

 

Don't normally use steering wheel controls to scroll through channels, but wanted to check for lag. Turned on the radio (FM), pressed the left upper steering wheel button and the radio channel presets appeared. As fast as I could press and release the button, the preset channels changed w/o any lag. Same result with any media I used on the system. A couple, three yrs back I think there was an update to my system, maybe there is a TSB update for yours.

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Don't normally use steering wheel controls to scroll through channels, but wanted to check for lag. Turned on the radio (FM), pressed the left upper steering wheel button and the radio channel presets appeared. As fast as I could press and release the button, the preset channels changed w/o any lag. Same result with any media I used on the system. A couple, three yrs back I think there was an update to my system, maybe there is a TSB update for yours.

It's possible, granted the radio from 3 years ago wouldn't be the same 7" myljnk touch screen, was it? My truck is 2016.

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