The radio/CD volume in my 2009 Toyota Camry goes up and down to extremes by itself. Sometimes the radio volume knob does not work.

Asked by Feb 10, 2017 at 08:22 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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73,035

There is a setting on the deck, a button, I forget what it is called, but set in that mode the volume will increase as you go faster, and decrease when slowing down to a stop.

1,910

Cross...did you ever fix the problem with your audio system?

No, it has not been fixed. One person suggested it was the automatic volume control that kicks in when there is extreme noise or higher/lower speeds, but that’s not the problem. Sometimes the volume knob does not work at all, and I can only control the volume using the buttons on the steering wheel.

1,910

Let's check the Owner's Manual to make sure we are not missing something about the Radio/CD operation.

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