Traffic informationTraffic information  - UKW/MW/LW electronic tuning radio with CD player* - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Carisma Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Carisma

The radio will automatically tune in to traffic information broadcasts while receiving UKW broadcasts, playing cassettes.

To select this function, follow the instructions below.

1. Press the TP button (2). The display will show “TP” (11). If the RDS data can be read, the display will show “RDS” (9). If not, the display will show “NO RDS” for round 5 seconds.
2. If the radio detects traffic information on either the station currently selected or on another station, the display will show “TRAF INF” for 5 seconds followed by a 2-second indication of the frequency. Then, it will show the name of the station broadcasting the traffic information to which you will listen. The volume level is set separately for listening to normal audio programs and for listening to traffic information. The volume level will therefore change automatically to that set when traffic information was last received. When the traffic information broadcast is over, the radio will return to the previously received program and to the corresponding volume level.
3. Press the TP button (2) to return to the previous condition.

NOTE

NOTE

While “TP” is illuminated, the radio stops only at TP stations even if the TUNE/SEEK button (5 or 6) is pressed.

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