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Loving my new Arona.

Just one slight annoyance for me. Everytime I go into reverse and the camera switches on, or the parking sensors start to work, the radio cuts out completely.

Is there any way to stop this happening? I know I can turn the parking pilot off completely but I don't want to do that. I would prefer the radio to stay on and any parking sensor beeps to be on at the same time. IMO there is no need for the radio to turn itself completely off. Even more annoying when you are trying to listen to a traffic report and it turns off!!

Any ideas anyone?
 

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Mine goes quiet but once finished goes back to
set volume might be a fault therefore but a quick ring to the service depot of your dealer might be a simple fix. Glad like me your enjoying the car.
 

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Have you looked in the vehicle settings --->Parking and Manoeuvering--->Entertainment Fading ? If this is set to mute then your radio will cut out when you reverse. You can adjust the volume level here or turn this setting off completely.
Hope this helps.
 

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The extent to which the radio volume turns down while you're reversing is a setting that you can change along with quite a few other volume settings (e.g. radio vs traffic directions). Likewise internal lighting etc etc. Schedule yourself a half hour session in the car on the drive with the ignition switched on (but not the engine obviously). 'Suck it and see' is better than poring through the manual - ask any IT-savvy youngster
 

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Hi, we have a problem we're the reverse sensors do not seem to kick in. When the car is put into reverse the screen shows the image of a car but the image does not move when reversing and no sensor sounds. Do we need to switch this on? Volume checked and is up high. It just doesn't seem to be working. Is anyone able to help please? Thank you.
 
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