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2006 Mustang GT. Adjusting radio volume

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I just bought a 2006 gt and the radio is set so the volume gets louder with the more noise the car makes/ faster it goes. Any way i can get it to stop? If i have the radio loud, I want it loud when I slow down. Wasn't sure if this was adjustable or not....any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!






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recently suffered a loss of my 96 mustang gt. it was paid off! I missed the rumble of my old pony. I i tried out other "vehicles". But i wanted a pony, i wanted the rumble! I looked at mustang after mustang, while most of them were nice...none of them jumped out and bit me. I was in a car lot looking at more pony's suddenly something bit me! I turned around and about tripped over myself getting to this gray pony....looked like any other pony on the outside....but it had some "dirty little secrets". hmmm whats this? guages on the dash? a hurst shifter? BBC cold air intake? headers? flowmaster exhaust? lowered? SCT tuned!!! and at last....the rumble i missed so much! So I used my check from the insurance company as down payment on my 2006 gt!

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Hit the "Menu" button enough times it'll say "Speed Volume." Use the arrow buttons by the disc load to adjust it.

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recently suffered a loss of my 96 mustang gt. it was paid off! I missed the rumble of my old pony. I i tried out other "vehicles". But i wanted a pony, i wanted the rumble! I looked at mustang after mustang, while most of them were nice...none of them jumped out and bit me. I was in a car lot looking at more pony's suddenly something bit me! I turned around and about tripped over myself getting to this gray pony....looked like any other pony on the outside....but it had some "dirty little secrets". hmmm whats this? guages on the dash? a hurst shifter? BBC cold air intake? headers? flowmaster exhaust? lowered? SCT tuned!!! and at last....the rumble i missed so much! So I used my check from the insurance company as down payment on my 2006 gt!
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i'll check out this site thanks!
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thanks! much appreciated:kooky:
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Sorry for your loss but welcome to your new GT. After a while you will begin to forget about the old and enjoy the new. HeHe

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