ICE & HFT How do I turn off the TP on the radio on my sat nav accord?

Discussion in '7th Generation (2003-2008) [Acura TSX]' started by tonygw, Tuesday 27th Oct, 2015.

  1. tonygw Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

    Hi Guys

    Stupid question I know but I had to disconnect the battery to charge it as one of the kids left the interior light on. Since disconnecting it I re-tuned all the radio channels which is fine. But TP is displayed on the info display and every time I listen to one channel it flips to another local channel with a stronger signal.

    I cannot find my hand book to turn this feature off.

    Can anybody tell me how to turn this off so that I can listen to a national radio channel without it automatically flipping to a stringer more local radio channel?

    Thanks!!
    Tony
     
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  2. SpeedyGee Administrator Staff Team

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    Press the "TA/RDS" button, that should switch it off.
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    You may have to press it twice I can't remember
     
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  3. tonygw Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

    mmm been jabbing at that furiously and it turns off TA but not the TP. I think but might be wrong, that TP forces the radio to look for stronger or more local stations? Or am I wrong.

    Its driving me bonkers.
     
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  4. SpeedyGee Administrator Staff Team

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    Hmm I can't remember then, I'll have look when I'm in my Accord later on.
     
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  5. tonygw Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

    aha sorted it for those who might be interested, with the radio on push the on/off knob for more than 2 seconds and the display shows a few options. You can scroll through the options with the "tune" knob. So You can switch News on or off, AF on or off and few others. I switched of AF and it stop jumping to the best signal station when I didn't want it to.

    Might be useful for somebody to know.
     
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