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I have an 04 Malibu and had the same problems, or mine wouldn't load. Also it would get stuck on fm1 and not skip to fm2 or CD player. I contacted carmax where i bought it from and they said there was a recall on a computer chip and that was most likely the problem. They fixed it free of charge and it doesn't get stuck anymore, however; it does overheat and scratch all of my cds. Hope this helps. I say take it in or call a Chevy dealer and ask if there is a recall that you qualify for.

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According to the dealership Stockton to Malone Honda (on Oct 18, 2007), there is no auxiliary input for the '05 Odyssey radio. I found that very odd considering the display on the nav system shows "AM, FM1, FM2, CD, DVD, AUX" If there is no input, why does the display show "AUX"? If there is one(Maybe because of the CD player or DVD player or something), if it's not obvious, it would be behind the radio. You may need an adapter. Look up the model radio online and see if you can find any more info on it.

I married a Mexican citizen in Mexico and I am a US citizen, and we currently live in Mexico. You can only live in Mexico for the time they alloted on your white paper when you entered the country, usually it is 90-180 days. During that time you should apply for a FM2 at the immigration office. An FM2 is a visa that allows you to live in Mexico. You would qualify for it because you are married to a Mexican citizen. An FM2 is good for as long as you want provided you renew it every year and you can become a citizen after having it for 2 years. FM2 allows you do live and participate as a Mexican citizen would. I currenlty have an FM3, which is a working visa. I got it through my employer. If you want to work in Mexico you could get an FM3 and that would also allow you to stay in Mexico, but it needs to be renewed every year. Good luck and I hope that this helps a little.

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Press the FM2 and RDS buttons together (one on top of the other) until 1000 appears on the radio screen. Let go. using the 1-6 buttons on the left, press the 1 button repeadtedly until you get your code's first digit on the screen, the 2 until the second digit, 3 until the 3rd, 4 until the 4th. Press FM2 and RDS together until SAFE comes on the screen. Let go. Radio resets itself.

Yes, you could. You could stay in Mexico for up to three months without any additional paperwork, but in case additional staying time is required, or if you wish to work in Mexico, you would need to start the immigration process to either stay for one year (FM3 visa) or become a foreign national (FM2).

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In 2011 Mexico decriminalized illegal immigration, thus becoming an administrative infraction punishable with a fine that stays around US$500. Mexico also recognizes dual citizenship, so all you have to do is to define your status, pay the corresponding fine and begin the process to acquire legal residence through the FM2 (immigrant) process. You should however, consult a legal advisor.

If I remember correctly, those models may be old-style 'push-button' type radios? If so, do the following:1) Select the 'station' or frequency you want to store as a pre-set by turning the right (tuning) knob.In older models, FM or AM doesn't matter, as the button is only "remembering" a position on the dial.In newer (but still push-button or 'old-style') models, the button will also switch between FM and AM, but each button remembers BOTH the band AND the frequency, but will not remember more than one station (I.e. The button wouldn't remember one station for FM and a different one for AM) on the same button -- except of course, if those two stations happened to be exactly the same linear position on the dial.2) Pull the 'push-button' mechanism out towards you all the way (one click, usually) -- it may take a little more effort than you think or you way need to lift up slightly on the push-button to get it to move, especially if it's been a couple of decades.3) Push the 'push-button' back in all the way -- the linear mechanism on the dial should not move at this point.4) Test your new pre-set by moving the dial to the left or right using the right-hand (tuning) knob then pushing the same 'push-button' in. The linear mechanism -- if working properly -- should now move the dial to your new location and change the frequency to your chosen 'station'.On new (digital) radios in cars & trucks, of course,with the radio on you tune in the band and frequency (and in some cases a 'bank' of presets [such as 'FM1', 'FM2', 'XM1' / 'SAT1', or 'AM1']) that you want to store then push 'set' then push the preset number you've chosen OR push-and-hold the chosen pre-set button (generally the radio will beep and / or flash the display and / or audibly re-tune the station once the setting has been stored) with the 'push-and-hold' method it may take up to three seconds in some cases for the setting to 'take'.If you're having issues, hold the button in a bit longer until you get some sort of reaction from your radio and / or watch the radio's display to see if there is a message or prompt, as in many cases the radio may ask you if you REALLY want to change an existing preset, or the radio may need more information such as the 'bank' [again, meaning something like 'FM1', 'FM2', 'XM1' / 'SAT1', or 'AM1']in which you want to store the preset. Hope that helps!AnswerShould just be able to select desired station and hold button for 3-5 seconds until blinks AnswerShould just be able to select desired station and hold button for 3-5 seconds until blinks

If I remember correctly, those models may be old-style 'push-button' type radios? If so, do the following:1) Select the 'station' or frequency you want to store as a pre-set by turning the right (tuning) knob.In older models, FM or AM doesn't matter, as the button is only "remembering" a position on the dial.In newer (but still push-button or 'old-style') models, the button will also switch between FM and AM, but each button remembers BOTH the band AND the frequency, but will not remember more than one station (I.e. The button wouldn't remember one station for FM and a different one for AM) on the same button -- except of course, if those two stations happened to be exactly the same linear position on the dial.2) Pull the 'push-button' mechanism out towards you all the way (one click, usually) -- it may take a little more effort than you think or you way need to lift up slightly on the push-button to get it to move, especially if it's been a couple of decades.3) Push the 'push-button' back in all the way -- the linear mechanism on the dial should not move at this point.4) Test your new pre-set by moving the dial to the left or right using the right-hand (tuning) knob then pushing the same 'push-button' in. The linear mechanism -- if working properly -- should now move the dial to your new location and change the frequency to your chosen 'station'.On new (digital) radios in cars & trucks, of course,with the radio on you tune in the band and frequency (and in some cases a 'bank' of presets [such as 'FM1', 'FM2', 'XM1' / 'SAT1', or 'AM1']) that you want to store then push 'set' then push the preset number you've chosen OR push-and-hold the chosen pre-set button (generally the radio will beep and / or flash the display and / or audibly re-tune the station once the setting has been stored) with the 'push-and-hold' method it may take up to three seconds in some cases for the setting to 'take'.If you're having issues, hold the button in a bit longer until you get some sort of reaction from your radio and / or watch the radio's display to see if there is a message or prompt, as in many cases the radio may ask you if you REALLY want to change an existing preset, or the radio may need more information such as the 'bank' [again, meaning something like 'FM1', 'FM2', 'XM1' / 'SAT1', or 'AM1']in which you want to store the preset. Hope that helps!On most Chrysler radios you go to the station, press the "set" button, and then press "1" or "2" or which ever number you want.

If I remember correctly, those models may be old-style 'push-button' type radios? If so, do the following:1) Select the 'station' or frequency you want to store as a pre-set by turning the right (tuning) knob.In older models, FM or AM doesn't matter, as the button is only "remembering" a position on the dial.In newer (but still push-button or 'old-style') models, the button will also switch between FM and AM, but each button remembers BOTH the band AND the frequency, but will not remember more than one station (I.e. The button wouldn't remember one station for FM and a different one for AM) on the same button -- except of course, if those two stations happened to be exactly the same linear position on the dial.2) Pull the 'push-button' mechanism out towards you all the way (one click, usually) -- it may take a little more effort than you think or you way need to lift up slightly on the push-button to get it to move, especially if it's been a couple of decades.3) Push the 'push-button' back in all the way -- the linear mechanism on the dial should not move at this point.4) Test your new pre-set by moving the dial to the left or right using the right-hand (tuning) knob then pushing the same 'push-button' in. The linear mechanism -- if working properly -- should now move the dial to your new location and change the frequency to your chosen 'station'.On new (digital) radios in cars & trucks, of course, you tune in the band and frequency (and in some cases a 'bank' of presets [such as 'FM1', 'FM2', 'XM1' / 'SAT1', or 'AM1']) that you want to store then push 'set' and the preset number you've chosen OR push-and-hold the chosen pre-set button (generally the radio will beep and / or flash the display and / or audibly re-tune the station once the setting has been stored) with the 'push-and-hild' method it may take up to three seconds in some cases for the setting to 'take'.If you're having issues, hold the button in a bit longer until you get some sort of reaction from your radio and / or watch the radio's display to see if there is a message or prompt, as in many cases the radio may ask you if you REALLY want to change an existing preset, or the radio may need more information such as the 'bank' [again, meaning something like 'FM1', 'FM2', 'XM1' / 'SAT1', or 'AM1']in which you want to store the preset. Hope that helps!Answernot sure if works on all models select station and pull the knob fully. keeps memory.If there isn't a "set" button try pressing and holding the button/s that you want programmed.

Mexican citizens moving to Mexico do not need a passport. Some evidence of citizenship will be helpful, however. Foreign citizens (such as those from the U.S.) need to secure permission from the Instituto Nacional de Migración, which will ask you to prove your identity and your nationality before issuing you an FM3 or FM2. The passport does both; alternatively, INM might accept your driver's license (identity) and your birth certificate (nationality) if dulytranslated into Spanish. Details at the related link or at the Mexican consulate or embassy nearest you.

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By making an official application at a Mexican Consulate in Canada. I know of no foreign born non-Latino that has acquired Mexican citizenship. Maybe this person meant to say "resident status"? Not citizenship. I am a Mexican citizen with a "green card." I know that virtually any foreigner can become a permanent resident in Mexico (I wish immigration laws were that easy in the US!) Citizenship, however, may be a little more complicated. 1st of all you'll need to complete residence in Mexico, This is done with an FM2. Every year you need it approved by Immigration for 5 years. On the 6th year your will receive your last stamp from Immigration Dept. which makes you and permanent resident. Then you may apply for ciitzenship with SRE (Secretary of Exterior Relations)in Mexico. Then you must wait 6-8 months while they review your case and decide if you will receive citizenship or not.

Turn on radio - the word SAFE will appear in the display. Press th P.SCAN and RBDS buttons simultaneously and hold them down until "1000" lights up in the display.Release buttons.Do not, under no circumtances, continue holding them down or press them once again. This will cause the radio to consider the number 1000 to be the input code.Use station buttons 1,2,3,and 4 to enter the code number on your Radio Card. Use the button 1 to enter the first number 2 for the second number 3 for the third number and 4 for the last number.Once you have entered the code and it shows on the display,press the P.SCAN and RBDS buttons down again simultaneously and hold them down until the word SAFE appears in the display.Release buttons. Soon afterwards a frequency will be displayed. For a 1998 Audi Quattro with a Delta radio, the button combination is DX and FM1/2.

Yes. You can buy a car new car in Mexico IF you have an FM2 or FM3 visa and can prove Mexican residency such as a gas, water, or light bill. People with tourist visas cannot buy any cars in Mexico. The car that you buy will be registered in Mexico and have Mexican license plates. The price you pay for your new car will depend on whether the car was made in Mexico. For example, many Ford, Chevrolet, Nissan, and Volkswagen cars are made in Mexico and usually cheaper that in the USA. Be aware that some models of these cars are only made and sold in Mexico and it may be impossible to find parts or obtain repairs in the USA. Your new car warranty will usually only be valid in Mexico. Other cars are imported, from other countries and are more expensive to buy, and can be difficult to maintain. If you want to take our Mexican registered car back to the USA, you can only do so for short visits depending on the state you visit which is generally no more than 6 months. And if you stay too long in some states, the law might slap you with a fine and require you to take the car out. You will need to buy insurance depending on which US state you cross into. Your Mexican insurance policy will not cover you in the USA. At the very least, you should have liability insurance for driving in the USA. This is best obtained in Mexico from your Mexican insurance agent where you live before you get to the border. You will need a "travelers insurance" policy that covers the USA. Most US insurance companies located in the USA don´t write any polices on any Mexican vehicle. You will also probably NOT be allowed to sell this car in the USA because it will not meet US emissions and safety standards.


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