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We took delivery of our new DSCO last week. So far we love it! There is one annoying glich I hope someone can shed some light on for me. The seek button on the steering wheel will not change to the next or previous preset station like the owners manual say it will. Am i missing something or is this a glich by LR.
Other than that, so far o good!!
 

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OOOPS! Found a thread on this issue that's been quiet for a few months. Does anybody know if LR has come out with a fix? Thanks
 

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My DS, I can use the left right arrows to switch between channels on the FM, AM, Satellite, and USB stick.

Take a look at the video showing how to use the steering control features:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHx75qUK2_4
 

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Welcome!

My DS, I can use the left right arrows to switch between channels on the FM, AM, Satellite, and USB stick.

Take a look at the video showing how to use the steering control features:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHx75qUK2_4
When you're listening to FM, your arrow buttons will switch to your presets or to the next "scanned" station? Most of us are limited to the arrows scanning stations (which a JLR engineer thought was the way most people would want to use the arrows) rather than scrolling through preset stations.
 

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Scanning Presets

Just came back from my dealer with my 2016 DSCO. Unfortunately this vehicle is unable to scan presets from the steering wheel. It tunes to the next available radio station, whether it is all static or in another language! And I can toggle that switch 25 times before I reach my next preset!! Ridiculous that LR would allow this to happen. The employee who sat with me today couldn't believe it either. We actually went to an Evoke and a LR Sport at the dealership and neither were programed like this! I guess for some owners who live outside a big city with far fewer available stations this would be no big deal. For me on Long Island its sucky. I'll be voicing my opinion to customer service. If your not thrilled either, I advise you to do the same. Anyway, like I said earlier we do love to drive it. Happy motoring!
 
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