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How do you reset a radio on a 2000 Toyota Camry after changing battery?

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2005-12-04 16:07:45
2005-12-04 16:07:45

if you're referring to presets, its simple. find a radio station you want to save, choose which preset number you would like that station to be on (1-6), press and hold the button you chose until the number comes up on the screen. repeat procedure until all slots are full or you run out of stations you want saved.

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