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Old 09-11-2018, 12:20 AM   #1
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Default How do I turn off my rear speakers?

Hi folks, I have a 2003 Roadtrek Popular 190. Does anyone know how to turn off the rear speakers? The owners manual says to press audio then scroll to fad (fade). When I press audio my options are bal (balance), bas (bass), or tre (treble). There is no fad. I called Roadtrek in Canada and the gentleman could not find an answer. He told me to call Chevy. They tell me to call
Roadtrek. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
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Look in your Chevrolet Owners Manual for the Fader operation for your radio.
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Look under audio systems here -


https://my.chevrolet.com/content/dam...ess_owners.pdf
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Thanks so much for the link Hondo and for reaching out. I do have the owners manual and have followed the instructions on page 3-43. My roadblock is that there is no fad as I go through the menu on audio. It's just missing. I don't know if the radio was never programmed with fad on this model or just mine. When I run through the audio program I only get bal, bas, and tre. No fad ever comes up to choose. I know that as a last resort I can open the speaker panel in the back and disconnect the speaker wire but I would rather not. Thanks again.
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Seems your RV was shipped with a lower price-point radio.

Have you considered replacing it? One of the first things I did when I got my used Class B was to replace the Becker OEM unit with a better radio. My goal was to get an aux-in port, and I've been very happy with the results.

If you're thinking of going that route, I recommend Crutchfield, where I bought mine.
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Thanks rvsprinterguy. You probably have hit the nail on the head. A cheaper radio than is in the owners manual that does not have a fade feature. Aw shucks!!! I almost had a new radio put in by Car Toys this spring when I added a blue tooth. At the last minute I decided to keep my original radio and had them add the blue tooth to the system I already have. I love the look of my dash and the new radio would make it look so modified. Since I don't want to change out the radio I'm just going to take the rear panel off and disconnect the speaker wire. Thanks everyone for the input!
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I installed a Pioneer head unit with Nav in my Roadtrek here-


http://www.classbforum.com/forums/f8...html#post74218
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