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    VW Golf Mk4 Radio (Gamma) Instructions

    Does anyone know if there is somewhere I can download the instruction book as I didn't get one with my car.

    I have no idea what most it does or means? And I'm getting travel updates that I don't want.

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    Hi

    If the 'TP' is on there should be two 'TP' logos on your stereo display: one in the top left hand corner, the second just below it.

    If you press the FM button, the second one i mentioned should disapear and be replace by 'FM I' or 'FM II', the other will remain to show that the 'TP' signal is being received.

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    Thanks

    Many thanks I have been trying to switch off the TP and there are no instructions in the book regards Peter

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    Re: VW Golf Mk4 Radio (Gamma) Instructions

    How do I switch off the 'TP' altogether ?

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    Re: VW Golf Mk4 Radio (Gamma) Instructions

    Buy pressing the FM1-2 button.

    Even though the other TP symbol is still lit, it's not doing anything, just telling you TP is available on that station.
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    Re: VW Golf Mk4 Radio (Gamma) Instructions

    The manual is pretty sparse, I am trying to scan for Radio stations using the RH pair of arrowed scan buttons but it only scans in MAN mode. Is there a way to scan automatically without using the AS button?

 

 

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