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Master Geek
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Topic # 60488 26-Apr-2010 23:23
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Just got a rental car (Suzuki Swift) for a few days and the radio is set for the Japanese FM frequency range. The car has only done 12,000kms so I think the car is NZ new. Does anyway know a code sequence to change the frequency range to the NZ range? My Sony multi-band radio has a setting for this, so I'm hoping this is the case with this too.

If it really is a second hand Jap import. then obviously need a band expander, but as it's a rental & only for a few days, don't want to do that.

Thanks for your help.


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  Reply # 323807 27-Apr-2010 18:26
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Surely the first place to call would be the rental car company?


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  Reply # 323881 27-Apr-2010 21:09
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Yeah, I called the rental car company this evening. It is a 2nd hand Jap import afterall and so needs the band expander.



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